American Statistical Association
The American Statistical Association is the world’s largest community of statisticians. The ASA supports excellence in the development, application, and dissemination of statistical science through meetings, publications, membership services, education, accreditation, and advocacy. Its members are active in industry, government, and academia worldwide, with membership representing over 90 countries worldwide!
Nebraska Chapter of the American Statistical Association
The Nebraska Chapter of the American Statistical Association meets twice annually, once in the fall and once in the spring. The Nebraska Chapter hosts social events and workshops to encourage professional development and provide networking opportunities. To join, email AMSTAT.email@example.com
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Nebraska SAS Users Group
The Nebraska SAS Users Group (NEBSUG) is a local group for users of SAS software. NEBSUG provides SAS training and networking opportunities for local professionals and students. They also host annual workshops with SAS consultants and other active members of the SAS community. These workshops are discounted for students and a great way to develop your programming skills and get to know local professionals!Learn more.
Statistics Graduate Student Association
All Statistics graduate students are encouraged to join. The organization consists of current Statistics graduate students. The Statistics Graduate Student Association aims to provide opportunities for graduate students to get to know each other by hosting events throughout the school year such as monthly Happy Hours, a Fall Welcome Lunch, a March Madness competition, cultural potlucks, and a bowling outing. Member dues ($5 or a 24-pack of pop per semester) help us to provide the welcome lunch and bowling outing free of charge to all graduate students.
- President: Tyler Wiederich
- Vice President/Faculty Representative: Rachel Rogers
- Treasurer: Wyatt McLeod