Kengo Kato, an associate professor in Cornell's Department of Statistics and Data Science, has been named one of six recipients of the annual Japan Academy... more
Cornell’s Center for Data Science for Enterprise and Society to launch this fall.
Grace Deng and Binh Tang are among the winning team at the recent Cornell Datathon, hosted by Citadel last month on the Cornell campus.
Ask Dr. Robert Wolpert (’72) what changed the trajectory of his career, he’ll tell you it was a Cornell course that he never actually took.
This fall, Cornell’s Department of Statistics and Data Science welcomes Jeremy Entner as the department's newest lecturer.
Cornell University once again brings together some of the best minds in the field of statistics and data science to share their latest insights and discoveries...
The SDS Professor Emeritus in this year's recipient of the ASA Mentoring Award for Impact.
Ronni Mok is one of 34 Merrill Presidential Scholars.
Two Cornell Statistics professors along with a Statistics alumni have teamed up on a new textbook.
Cornell's Institute for the Social Sciences has assembled an all-star squad of big-data experts across campus.
Students in Cornell’s MPS program in Applied Statistics continue year-to-year, post-graduate success.
David Ruppert, professor of statistics, is a contributor on a new textbook out now through Springer.
A Cornell statistician and his colleagues have found a faster way for developers to improve mobile apps.
Statistical Science will be restructured and renamed – the Department of Statistics and Data Science.
A group of Cornell researchers will use machine learning to rapidly analyze agricultural and food market conditions.
The intercampus symposium brought together researchers and clinicians from Cornell University and Weill Cornell Medicine.
Miss the 2018 Cornell Day of Statistics? Check out presentation slides from our conference speakers.
It's the platinum age of statistics, says Dr. George.
This fall, Cornell's Department of Statistics and Data Science welcomes Kengo Kato.
Cornell's Department of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology is excited to welcome Joe Guinness.
Three Cornell alumni and affiliates were on-hand recently to share insights with current Big Red students.
Tan’s dissertation was chosen out of nearly 200 project submissions.
Dan Kowal (PhD, '17) is currently an assistant professor of statistics at Rice University.
Cornell alumna Yan Yu (PhD Statistics ’00) has been named a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.
Cornell is working to prepare future data scientists with a new course offered this semester called Data Science for All.
Our MPS '17 Grads Are Now Data Scientists, Analysts and Statisticians, Earning an average $80K per year
See highlights from this year's post-graduate survey.
A recent survey of 2016 statistics graduates undertaken by the American Statistical Association found graduates are well prepared to excel in the job market.
Jiekun Feng co-authored research that received a Best Publication Award at the recent INFORMs Houston meeting.
The Cornell Day of Statistics 2017 was held on Friday, September 8 at Cornell University.
Farrell, who joined the Department of Mathematics at Cornell as an instructor in 1959, spent his entire career at Cornell.
Among the site's findings, there are roughly 6,800 open data science jobs, paying a median base salary of $110,000.
A leading expert in biostatistics, Dr. Charles McCulloch (PhD '80) has been named the 2017 Cornell Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.
An interdisciplinary team of Cornell researchers is among 15 research groups who received venture funding.
The fourth-year PhD has been named the recipient of the American Statistical Association's 2017 Wray Jackson Smith Scholarship.
Hooke's work is the subject of this extensive, highly recommended feature story out of Cornell Research.
Relive all the unforgettable moments from the 2017 Biometry & Statistics and Statistical Science Commencement ceremony is this huge album of photos.
Five Cornell alumni and affiliates discussed what a career in the statistics field is and what it isn't.
Statisticians are at the top of the list, again.
Stats Professor Florentina Bunea has been elected a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.
Bien will develop open-source code that scientists can use to analyze their data.
Daniel Kowal's “Functional Autoregression for Sparsely Sampled Data” proposes a model for forecasting and inference of functional time series data.
The Department of Statistical Science is excited to welcome its newest faculty member, Sumanta Basu.
Two papers from a Cornell-led team were cited in a cout decision that ultimately ruled Delaware's death penalty law as unconstitutional.
See the results of the 2016 post-graduate survey.
The Cornell Day of Statistics 2016 was held on Friday, September 9 on the Cornell University campus.
Yang Ning comes to Cornell as an assistant professor in statistics.
Bruce Turnbull will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award in recognition of both his career in statistical science and his leadership.
Cornell Statistics Graduate Society (SGS) hosted a mixer for all Cornell alumni, students, faculty and colleagues.
Abowd has been selected to receive the 2016 Julius Shiskin Memorial Award for Economic Statistics.
Bunea will give the kick-off research talk at the Meeting of New Researchers in Statistics and Probability.
View and download photographs from the 2016 commencement ceremony.
Dan Kowal's paper was recently accepted for publication in the Journal of the American Statistical Association.
“The goal at the Survey Research Institute is to do high-quality, state-of-the-art research.”
Bunea delivered a keynote talk at the recent Theory of Big Data Conference in London.
Giles Hooker shares his thoughts with the Los Angeles Times.
John M. Abowd will join the U.S. Census Bureau as associate director for research and methodology and as chief scientist.
Michael Hu is quoted in a fascinating examination of how even scientists are prone to self-deception.
From Indifferent to Inspired: How An Unforgettable Cornell Prof Sparked One Distinguished Alum's Career in Statistics
As an engineering student in the 1960s, Bill Strawderman had all but written off any probability of a career in statistics.
The first-ever Cornell Day of Statistics brought together field leaders and students for an all-day conference.
Zhou was honored by INFORMS and ASA Health Policy Statistics.
Find out more about what it's like to be a student in Statistics and Data Science at Cornell.
The Department of Statistical Science Distinguished Alumni Award for 2013 was given to Dr. Iain Johnstone.
MPS students complete a two-semester project designed to provide real-world experience in large-scale data analysis.
Bunea was elected as a council member of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS).