The purpose of the award is to promote statistics within NZ and to recognise an individual’s sustained contribution to the promotion and development of statistics.
Nominations should be sent to Prof. Martin Hazelton, Convenor of the NZSA Awards Committee, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The criteria for the award are:
i) publication of an exceptional body of original statistical research undertaken within NZ; or,
ii) a prolonged and outstanding contribution to statistical education; or,
iii) playing a key role in consulting on major, innovative research projects that has direct relevance to NZ; or,
iv) making a leading contribution to the promotion of statistics within NZ over a sustained period.
As the Campbell Award is usually presented at the Conference dinner, the deadline for nominations will usually be late in September. A call for nominations will be sent to all NZSA members about two months prior to that. To make a nomination, please contact James Curran. The Awardee is presented with a plaque and a certificate, and is a guest of the presentation event.
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|Murray Jorgensen||2001||news021.pdf page 3|
|Harold Henderson||2003||Online Newsletter 58, September 2003|
|Jeffrey Hunter||2006||Online Newsletter 64, September 2006|
|Sharleen Forbes||2008||Online Newsletter 68, September 2008|
|David Vere-Jones||2009||Online Newsletter 70, September 2009|
|Stephen Haslett||2010||Online Newsletter 72, October 2010|
|Roger Littlejohn||2011||Online Newsletter 74, March 2012|
|Alastair Scott||2011||Online Newsletter 74, March 2012|
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