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TBA   K-12 Statistics Poster Competition

The rules for the 2014 Competition are now available!
        Click here to download a fillable entry form.

Monthly Executive Committee Meetings    

We are pleased to report that FOUR Nevada posters have been recognized at the ASA's National Poster Competition!

K-3 Category: First Place: Dunkin' Data - Congratulations to Carson McCue and Advisor Linda Hudson!

Grade 4-6 Category: First Place: Is the Lady Young or Old? - Congratulations to Brandon Waters and Advisor Denise Romonoski!

Grade 4-6 Category: Second Place: Would You Make the Switch? - Congratulations to Josephine Ruggieri and Advisor Julieann M. Valenzuela!

Grade 10-12 Category: Second Place: A Color-Full First Impression - Congratulations to Owen Stewart and Advisor Cassie Arquette!

  For more information, please contact Alicia Hansen, Chapter President
 Presentations from Fall Symposium 2013
    Dr. Nathaniel Schenker, PhD
      Initiatives  in  the  ASA  as  We  Approach  Its  175th Anniversary
      Combining  Information  from  Multiple  Data Sources  to  Enhance  Estimation:   Some Experiences  Involving  Surveys  and  Some Lessons  Learned
Dr. Anna Panorska, PhD
      What  To  Expect  From  a  Graduate  Program in  Statistics  –  Possibilities,   Opportunities,  and Scholarships     Click here to view the results of the 2013 K-12 Statistics Poster Competition
        Click here to view the winning posters
    David Thiel    

SPECIAL THANKS to our K-12 Statistics Poster Competition Sponsors!!! Their generous donations provided funds for student prizes.

Credit One Bank
Southern Nevada Mathematics Council

  Statistics  Education:  Past,  Present,  and Future
Jeff Hardcastle, MS
  Data, Statistics, Information, and Public Policy
        This year, a total of 407 posters were judged and 630 students from 23 schools across Nevada participated in the competition. Congratulations to all our winners! Thank you to everyone who supported this year's event!
  The New York Times - The Age of Big Data
  Science - Why Statistics