Check out a Practical Computing Expo, showcasing products and services but without focusing on a specific statistical method. Expos are targeted to an audience specifically interested in software products or services. Registration is not required.
Please join us for a wrap-up discussion. Phil Scinto will lead a panel of CSP Committee members and conference participants to summarize the conference and to gather feedback. Refreshments will be provided at the close of the session along with a raffle of prizes, including an ASA membership (or renewal of your existing membership), ASA Store products, a Kindle Fire, books and more.
From SAS, JMP Division Plan to attend JMP Pro for the Practicing Statistician at the Practical Computing Expo. Special Presentation on Saturday from 1:45 PM – 3:30 PM featuring Sam Gardner. You can also find more information about JMP Pro at our website.
From Chase Please stop by the Chase table to learn more about exciting job opportunities we have for statisticians. We have a recruiter and hiring managers onsite!
From Springer Have you been on the new SpringerLink site, link.springer.com, which is home to our journals, ebooks, and reference works? It’s 3 times faster, allows you to search by author, look inside all content with free preview, and uses well-structured and semantically relevant HTML. You can always find us on Twitter @SpringerStats.
From Statistical Solutions Do you use nQuery Advisor? See the very latest release, nQuery Advisor + nTerim 2.0 at the Statistical Solutions table.
From the Strategic Data Project (SDP) housed at the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University The Harvard University Center for Education Policy Research, Strategic Data Project Fellowship is looking for you! Are you interested in learning how to apply your analytic skills to influence policy at the local, state, and national levels? We are recruiting for cohort 5 of the fellowship program. Benefits of the Fellowship program include: compensation package of $80,000-$90,000 plus benefits, ongoing professional development and support including a professional development stipend, access to Harvard based faculty, researches and policymakers throughout the program, and the opportunity to take on a leadership role on analytic, policy-oriented projects. Come by our exhibit table to learn more.