Welcome to the August edition of ASA Member News, the ASA''s monthly e-newsletter.
ASA Honors Long Time Members
Did you know that more than 1,000 ASA members have been part of the Association for over 35 years? Each year, those members reaching a milestone year of 35, 40, 45, or 50 years of membership receive a certificate of recognition and an invitation to a special reception in their honor at JSM. The ASA extends its deepest thanks to our most faithful members. Complete listing.
In Amstat News
Winners of the 33rd annual United States of America Mathematics Olympiad (USAMO) Announced
2004 Nebraska Symposium on Survey Science: "Exposures and Well-Being: Emerging Methodologies in Life-Events Research"
This Symposium will be held October 21-23, 2004 in Omaha, Nebraska. The national and international speakers at this symposium, from diverse fields including sociology, psychology, psychiatry, economics, criminology, social work, nursing, demography, and statistics, will discuss emerging data collection and data quality methods in the measurement and analysis of life histories on partnering, parenting, labor, substance use, family violence, crime, and health-risk behaviors.
FDA/Industry Statistics Workshop Online Registration Deadline: August 27, 2004 "Science, Statistics and Decisions - The Right Questions and the Best Answers," Sept 21-23
This three-day FDA/Industry Workshop, sponsored by the ASA Biopharmaceutical Section in cooperation with the FDA Statistical Association, will be held in Washington, DC. Register Online until August 27, 2004.
2004 ASA Awards Recipients Receive Special Recognition
The American Statistical Association recognized several outstanding statisticians during the ASA Presidential Awards and Address session at the 2004 Joint Statistical Meetings held in Toronto.
Help the ASA Complete Our Electronic Archives of JABES, JBES, and Technometrics
To complete our archives, the following issues are needed: Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics - June 2002; Journal of Business and Economic Statistics - All of Volumes 1-3 (1983-1985), July 1989, January 1990, and January 1993; Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics - June 1992, December 1992, and June 1997; and Technometrics - February 1993, August 1993, February 1997, May 1997, and February 2002. If you have any of these missing issues, contact Ronnie Precup to make arrangements.
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