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The Stanford Daily 8 May 1986 — The Stanford Daily Charles Stein, professor of statistics, and internationally renowned statistician at Stanford since 1953,  is also the first Stanford professor ever arrested for protesting against apartheid. "I believe apartheid is wrong, and I believe that by divestment many universities will make a small contribution to the end of apartheid"

The Stanford Daily 8 May 1986 — The Stanford Daily Charles Stein, professor of statistics, and internationally renowned statistician at Stanford since 1953, is also the first Stanford professor ever arrested for protesting against apartheid. "I believe apartheid is wrong, and I believe that by divestment many universities will make a small contribution to the end of apartheid"

Charles Louis Kincannon

Charles Louis Kincannon, who was 72 when he passed away in December enjoyed a rich career in statistics lasting 45 years.

Francis Ysidro Edgeworth FBA was an Anglo-Irish philosopher and political economist who made significant contributions to the methods of statistics during the 1880s. From 1891 onward he was appointed the founding editor of The Economic Journal.

Francis Ysidro Edgeworth FBA was an Anglo-Irish philosopher and political economist who made significant contributions to the methods of statistics during the From 1891 onward he was appointed the founding editor of The Economic Journal.

Jean Gibbons (1971) — ASA Fellow

The November Amstat News member spotlight is on Jean Dickinson Gibbons, retired chair of the applied statistics program and Russell Professor at the University

Jerome Cornfield, a former president of the American Statistical Association (1974) was the director of the biostatistics center and a professor of statistics in the department of statistics at The George Washington University. He is also known as one of the world’s leading statisticians.

Jerome Cornfield, a former president of the American Statistical Association, was the director of the biostatistics center and a professor of statistics in the

Sandra Stinnett: Providing a Rich Contribution | Amstat News

Sandra Stinnett did not start out to be a biostatistician, but over the years grew to love statistics. Here, she talks about who and what inspired her to become

William G. Cochran (1909-1980)

William G. Cochran (1909-1980)

"How to Make Statistics Popular"— by Charles F. Pidgin (1890)

Full text of "How to Make Statistics Popular"

5 Ways Statistics Are Used to Lie to You Every Day | Cracked.com

5 Ways Statistics Are Used to Lie to You Every Day

Not awful and boring ideas for teaching statistics

Preparing for a Career as a Sports Statistician: Two Interviews with People in the Field

Professor of statistics, Jim Albert, interviews Ben Alamar and Keith Woolner, two statisticians actively working with professional sports teams.

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