The Department of Statistics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is located in Hardin Hall (33rd & Holdrege Streets, North wing) on the University's East Campus. Because of its unique two-campus nature, the Department of Statistics maintains a presence on both City and East campuses. The main office of the Department is located in 340 Hardin Hall on East Campus and satellite offices (mainly for undergraduate teaching) are located in 250 Avery Hall on City Campus.
The Department of Statistics was formed at the university in 2003, after a merger of the Department of Biometry and the statistics division of the Department of Math and Statistics. The Department is uniquely positioned in two academic colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Membership in both units allows us to develop research collaborations and consulting relationships in agriculture while working closely with faculty and staff in the biological and social sciences.
The Department offers a M.S. and Ph.D in Statistics, graduate level minors and joint programs in Statistics, and an undergraduate minor in Statistics. Since the Department was founded in 2003, we've seen students enjoy successful careers in academia, research, and private industry both in Nebraska and around the world!