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BCASA 2000-2001 Event Schedule

Scott Evans and Dominique Haughton, the Program Chairs for 2000 - 2001, are putting together an interesting and diverse schedule of events for this year. The events listed below are already scheduled. See the latest copy of your chapter newsletter for more information.

The ASA Dateline page lists other meetings and events, and may also include chapter events and other events in New England.

October 5, 2000 - Evening Lecture Series
Thinking They're Normal when They're Not: A Practical Discussion of the Normality Assumption in Multilevel Models
J. Michael Oakes, New England Research Institute, and
Ken P. Kleinman, Harvard Medical School
At the New England Research Institute (NERI), Watertown, MA

October 24, 2000 - Evening Lecture Series
On the Dragon's Trail: Economic and Social Change in Vietnam 1993-1998
Dominique Haughton, Bentley College
At Bentley College, Waltham, MA

November 15, 2000 - Evening Lecture Series
How Good Am I? Rating Competitors in Games and Sports
Mark E. Glickman, Boston University
At Boston University, Boston MA

December 14, 2000 - Panel Discussion
Election Polling Issues
Amir Aczel, Bentlely College; Andrew Gelman, Columbia University; Stephen Ansolabehere, MIT; Anna Greenberg, Harvard University
At Bentley College

January 20, 2001 - Annual Winter Potluck Dinner and Party

February 12, 2001 - Annual Mosteller Statistician of the Year Award Banquet
Bayesian Modeling and Inference for Spatial Processes
Alan Gelfand, University of Connecticut
At Bentley College

March 31, 2001 - Saturday Workshop
A Graphical Introduction to Latent Class Analysis
Jay Magidson, Statistical Innovations Inc.
At Bentley College

April 19, 2001 - Evening Lecture Series
Non-inferiority and Equivalence Studies with a Focus on Clinical Trials - Objectives and Methodologies
Joseph Massaro, Boston University School of Public Health
At the Harvard School of Public Health

April 28, 2001 - The Fifteenth New England Statistics Symposium
At the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

May 14, 2001 - Evening Short Course
Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines (MARS)
Dan Steinberg, Salford Systems
At Bentley College Most events require advance reservations through Sue Perry at 617-965-8000 x 21, or


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