Why StatFest?

StatFest is a one day conference aimed at encouraging undergraduate students from historically underrepresented groups (African American, Hispanic, Native Americans) to consider careers and graduate studies in the statistical sciences. StatFest 2018 will be taking place on Saturday, September 22nd. Be sure to sign up today!

StatFest program at Pomona College ( http://st47s.com/statfest.html).

Who we are

StatFest 2018 Organizing Committee

StatFest 2018 Pomona Local Organizing Committee

StatFest 2018 Amherst Local Organizing Committee

Special thanks

Special thanks to Kathy Sheldon, Caroline Hanna, Rachael Hanley, Roberta Diehl, Sandy Genelius, Suzanne Auerbach, and the Amherst College Office of Communications; Allen Hart, Angie Tissi-Gassoway, Bulaong Ramiz-Hall, Dina Levi, Laura Gomez, Marisa Parham, Norm Jones, and the Amherst College Office of Diversity and Inclusion; Emily Griffen, Robert Siudzinski, and the Amherst College Loeb Center for Career Exploration and Planning; Ralph Johnson; Catherine Epstein and the Amherst College Dean’s Office; Biddy Martin and the Amherst College President’s Office; Anne Torrey, Tanya Leise, and the Amherst College Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

ASA Committee on Minorities in Statistics

webpage originally authored by Nicholas Horton, Amherst College.