Useful information for young statisticians

Young statisticians are encouraged to join the NZSA and the first year of membership is free to senior students enrolled at New Zealand universities, or who are graduates of NZ universities studying overseas, and not in full-time employment.

Normally some funding is available to enable young statisticians to travel to NZSA conferences. Details are circulated with conference registration material. Special dinners for young statisticians are becoming a feature of our conferences.

Careers in Statistics

 

The University of Auckland’s Statistic Department has produced a series of posters showing where statistics graduates can end up working. There’s some fascinating stories – from astrostatistics to sports statistics, from research wind energy to insurance.

To see the posters click here (PDF) and click here (PDF).

Links to other young statistician groups

Young Statisticians in the Royal Statistical Society http://www.rss.org.uk/site/cms/contentCategoryView.asp?category=195

Young Statisticians in the Statistical Society of Australia http://www.statsoc.org.au/about-young-stats.htm

Links to awards/prizes for young statisticians

HRS Student Prizes

Hoare Research Software (HRS) has fostered a close association with the NZSA by offering prizes for the best student talks at NZSA conferences. A list of past winners is given here. When you submit an abstract, make sure that it is identified in the student category.

International Biometrics Society

The Australasian Region of the International Biometrics Society offers a Scholarship for Honours and coursework Masters students in statistics-related disciplines.

International Statistical Institute Includes some information for young statisticians (if you search a bit) http://bs-erc.stat.unipd.it/

ENBIS Young Statistician Award The Young Statistician Award is aimed to recognise the work of young people in introducing innovative methods, promoting the use of Statistics and/or successfully using it in the daily practice. People from both academic and industrial world are encouraged to participate. http://www.enbis.org/awards/young_statisitician/?prs=a4991d9428718a2cc754a122e48704c8

 


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