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Professor Saul Jacka appointed to USS Joint Expert Panel

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Professor Saul Jacka has been appointed on to the Joint Expert Panel for the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS).

 

Tue 29 May 2018, 13:43 | Tags: Dept

OxWaSP studentship

One fully funded studentship in OxWaSP is still available to applicants from the UK/EU for 2018 entry. Interested parties should apply as soon as possible following the instructions on https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/statistics/postgrad/research/apply

Fri 27 April 2018, 13:53

Public Lecture in Statistics: a data science for the twenty-first century

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There will be a Public Lecture by Professor Peter Diggle (Lancaster University) on the topic of 'Statistics: a data science for the twenty-first century'.

The lecture will take place on Wednesday May 16th 2018 in MS.01 (Zeeman building) at 6:15pm.

Further details, and a link to the registration page, can be found be clicking on the following link:

Statistics: a data science for the twenty-first century

Fri 20 April 2018, 15:15 | Tags: Dept, Science, Faculty of Science

Congratulations to Nikos Zygouras on his promotion to Professor

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Many congratulations to Nikos Zygouras for his promotion to Professor with effect from 1 May 2018. Well done, Nikos!

Wed 18 April 2018, 11:59

Congratulations to Lewis Rendell and David Selby on their Google internships

Congratulations to Warwick Statistics PhD students Lewis Rendell and David Selby for obtaining Quantitative Analyst internships with Google (in Zurich and Paris respectively) for this summer!

Mon 19 March 2018, 13:20 | Tags: Dept, Students, Science, Faculty of Science

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