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Results for the John Copas Prize in Statistics 2017/2018 (sponsored by the Faculty of Science)
Awarded for the best PhD thesis eligible for the Departmental Completion Award
Awarded in recognition of a Highly Commended Thesis
Rodrigo Abrunhosa Collazo, Nick Tawn
For further details see https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/statistics/studentprizes/johncopasprize1718
PhD Open day 2017 - November 22
On Wednesday 22/11, the Department of Statistics will hold a PhD open day, from 1430 to 1630 in C0.06.
The programme will be as following:
- 1430 Tea / coffee, opportunity to meet current PhD students, talk to professors.
- 1445 Talks by DGS/Director of OxWaSP DTC (Warwick) about doing a PhD at Warwick.
- 1515 Summary of applications procedure by Admissions Director
- 1530 Two talks by Warwick Statistics PhD students.
Also 10 minutes from Murray Pollock on Gregynog.
- 1550 Questions
- 1615 End
Should you be interested in attending, please register via the following booking form by Thursday 16/11
Congratulations to our PhD Prize winners for 2016/17
The Department of Statistics would like to congratuate our PhD Prize winners for 2016/17:
The John Copas Prize in Statistics (sponsored by the Faculty of Science)
Awarded for the best PhD thesis eligible for the Departmental Completion Award:
Awarded in recognition of a Highly Commended Thesis:
Alex Sing Lam Tse
Postgraduate Open Day - Tuesday 29th November
We are looking forward to welcoming students who are interested in applying for postgraduate study here at Warwick. The PG open day will take place on Tuesday 29th November at 2pm in the Statistics Common Room (room C0.06). Further details can be found by following this link.
Congratulations to Christiane Görgen on winning a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduates Who Teach
Many congratulations to Christiane Görgen upon winning a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduates Who Teach (WATE PGR). The WATE PGR programme seeks to recognise the best teachers from Warwick's postgraduate community, and Christiane exemplifies the dedication and talent that our postgraduate tutors bring to transforming the student experience at Warwick.
A link to the WATE PGR webpage, which includes a full list of this year's winners as well as a statement on Christiane's achievements, can be found here.