Submit CE Proposal
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2017
JSM continuing education (CE) courses fulfill the following class descriptions:
An in-depth presentation of a specific area of statistical theory, methodology, or application. The material covered may focus on “cutting-edge” methods or other more established topics.
A broad overview of an established area of statistical theory or methodology suitable either as a refresher “course” or as an introduction to the field.
A description of a statistical method and its application using one or more software tools, as long as there is significant content material described in the proposal.
Who Should Propose a CE Course?
- The author of a new book about novel and widely interesting material
- An industrial statistician who wants to discuss new methods of dealing with applied problemsl
- An expert in a specific, but well-populated, fieldl
Why Make a CE Presentation?
- To share your expertise in reviewing and summarizing fundamental topics in statistics
- To present state-of-the-art techniques used by data analysts and practicing statisticians
- To encourage innovative ideas in data analysis and new theoretical developments
- To promote growth in specialized areas of statistics and related fields
- To serve as a vehicle for informing the statistical profession about related tools that enhance productivity and efficiency
During the CE course submission process, you will be asked to supply the following:
- Title of course
- Name and contact information for each instructor in order of presentation
- If more than one presenter, who will serve as contact person
- Course length
- Course co-sponsorship information, if any
- Course abstract (200 words maximum)
- Course outline
- Course learning objectives
- Paragraph on presenter(s) background
- Audio visual equipment requirements (Also indicate if you will require attendees to bring their laptop to the course. This requires installation of additional power outlets in the room)
Please review the Course Proposal Guide before beginning the online submission process.
For course abstract, outline, learning objectives, and presenter(s) background, it is recommended that this information be cut and pasted into the online submission form.