Ali Shakir Aims to Shine Light on Gravitational LensingA junior in physics and statistics and data science has received funding through the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholar Development to work in Professor Rachel Mandelbaum's lab.
Faculty Spotlight: Nynke NiezinkNynke Niezink, assistant professor of Statistics & Data Science, works on developing statistical methods for the social sciences.
Holt, Rinaldo Named Dietrich College Dean’s ChairsThe Dean's Chairs recognize senior faculty for eminence in their respective fields and support exceptional research that seeks to improve the human condition.
Largest Study to Date Identifies New Autism GenesA study that scanned the genomes of 150,000 participants identified new genes linked to autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Book in Honor of the Late Stephen E. Fienberg"Statistics in the Public Interest" features 28 invited papers from a wide range of authors organized into six sections reflecting the breadth of Steve Fienberg’s interests.
Rinaldo and Tibshirani Selected as 2022 IMS FellowsProfessors Alessandro Rinaldo and Ryan Tibshirani have been selected as 2022 Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMS) Fellows.
Branson Selected for 2022-2023 Wimmer FellowshipZach Branson has been selected to receive a Wimmer Faculty Fellowship for 2022-2023.
Applications Open for Special Faculty - Lecturer PositionThe Department of Statistics & Data Science at Carnegie Mellon University invites applications for a full-time; 12-month Special Faculty - Lecturer starting Fall, 2022.
Delphi Group, University of Maryland, Meta Honored for COVID-19 SurveyCarnegie Mellon University's Delphi Group, the University of Maryland Social Data Science Center and Meta received two awards from the American Association of Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) for their work on the COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey.
de Oliveira Joins SCS Grads in Amazon Research Fellowship
de Oliveira Joins SCS Grads in Amazon Research FellowshipAmazon awarded its second round of research fellowships to five graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University.
COVIDcast: Lessons Learned for Future Pandemic Forecasting