Produced by the American Statistical Association, STATtr@k is geared toward individuals who are in a statistics program, recently graduated from a statistics program, or recently entered the job world.
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From the Archive
Think You’re Ready for the Working World? Master These Skills First
Employers recruit candidates who demonstrate, through a mix of skills and experience, that they are well positioned to succeed from day one. Jason Gillikin provides seven rules to master before you apply for your first job.
April Harry and Jeremy Troisi discuss Statistics in the Community (StatCom), a student run organization established at Purdue University in 2001.
Managing Large Data Sets
James Shrenk looks at how we can navigate data, and especially Big Data, in meaningful ways.
How to Make Your JSM Talk Great
Richard (Dick) De Veaux provides guidance on presenting your talk at JSM.
Remembering Their First JSM: Stories and Advice
JSM provides a time to connect with colleagues, meet new people, brush up on current research, present your work, and just have fun with friends. The sheer size of JSM can be overwhelming for first-time attendees though. This article is a collection of memories and pieces of advice ranging from attending sessions and business meetings to interviewing.
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