SECS News & Events

  • NZSA Student Travel Awards for our 2023 conference
    The New Zealand Statistical Association (NZSA) is funding travel grants for students to attend our 2023 conference. To be eligible for these awards, applicants must: Be a student enrolled at a New Zealand institution at the time of registration. Students are required to have their supervisor e-mail the NZSA Awards Committee convenor, Vanessa Cave to confirm ...
  • NZSA Conference, 4-6 December 2023, University of Canterbury – Registration now live
    The 73rd annual New Zealand Statistical Association (NZSA) conference will be hosted by the University of Canterbury, Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha, at their Christchurch campus from Monday 4th December to Wednesday 6th December 2023.   Registration and abstract submission is now live at Take advantage of early-bird registration which runs until September 30. We look forward to seeing you ...
  • NZSA Awards 2023 Call for Nominations
    The NZSA Awards Committee is now accepting nominations for the Association’s awards for 2023.  The list of awards is: Campbell Award, recognising sustained contribution to the promotion and development of statistics. Jean Thompson Award, recognising excellence in the application of statistics in New Zealand industry. Littlejohn Research Award, recognising excellence in research, based on publications during the five calendar ...
  • New NZSA SECS Representative in Auckland
    We have a new Student and Early Career Statisticians Network (SECS) representative in Auckland, Michael Walker.  Please the SECS profiles page for more information about Michael and our other representatives.
  • NZSA Newsletter 88 is out now!
    It can be read here:
  • 2022 NZSA Best Student Presentations, prizes sponsored by Harmonic Analytics
        2022 NZSA Best Student Presentations (from left to right): Adam Bartonicek, Anna Redmond, Bradley Drayton, Emma Doolin (Data Science Team Manager, Harmonic Analytics)   The NZSA congratulates the winners of the 2022 NZSA Best Student Presentations.   Harmonic Analytics generously sponsored these prizes at the 2022 NZSA Conference.
  • Call for abstracts Early Career and Student Statistician Network (ECSSN) Mini-conference 2022: 15 Nov 2022, Online/Perth
    Call for abstracts ECSSN (Early Career and Student Statistician Network) Mini-conference 2022. The “Miniconference” is jointly hosted by the WA Branch, the SSA ECSS Network and the Student and Early Career Statisticians Network (SECS) of the New Zealand Statistical Association (NZSA). An “Early Career or Student Statistician” is anyone who is currently studying statistics or data science, or ...
  • SSA & NZSA ECSSNS Joint Seminar Series, first speaker Timothy Bilton, 15 September 20222
    Our Early Career and Student Statisticians Network from Australia and New Zealand proudly present the first speaker of our first ever joint seminar series. Dr Timothy Bilton The Academia-Industry War: Surviving the conflict between two opposing ideals as a graduate student 15 Sep 2022, 3pm NZST /1:00 PM (AEST) @ Online Abstract: The world of industry-based research and academia typically ...
  • Australasian Applied Statistics Conference 2022
    The AASC2022 being held between 28 November– 2 December 2022 at the beautiful RACV Inverloch Resort, Victoria, Australia. Registration is now open via the conference website: This conference is an excellent opportunity to liaise with fellow statisticians within the agricultural, biological and environmental sciences, and to keep abreast of the most recent developments in applied statistics.
  • The New Zealand Mathematics and Statistics postgraduate conference, 17-19 November 2022, in Wānaka
    The New Zealand Mathematics and Statistics postgraduate conference (NZMASP) allows postgraduate students in mathematics and statistics at all New Zealand universities to share their research and build relationships to allow for collaboration. This year, the conference will be held in Wānaka on the 17-19 November. All New Zealand-based postgraduate students whose research involves statistics or ...