Past Events

Event Date:
Wednesday, March 15, 2023 - 1 pm - 4 pm ET
Event Type:
NISS Hosted, NISS Sponsored
[Please Note:  This event has already taken place.  Please review the News Story for this event to read about what happened.]  Overview Human trafficking is a crime, and those who engage in it seek to avoid discovery. Therefore, it is difficult to estimate its prevalence. That difficulty is... more
Event Date:
Tuesday, February 28, 2023 | 12 - 1 pm ET / 9 - 10 am PT
Event Type:
NISS Hosted, NISS Sponsored
[Please Note:  This event has already taken place.  Please review the News Story for this event to read about what happened.]  Join us for our another insightful webinar on the topic of leadership in the field of statistics and data science.  The focus of this webinar is on leadership to advance... more
Event Date:
Wednesday, February 15, 2023 - 12 noon - 1:30 pm ET
Event Type:
NISS Hosted
[Please Note:  This event has already taken place.  Please review the News Story for this event to read about what happened.]  Overview It’s all over the news: companies in big tech have drastically diminished their positions and stopped hiring in the last few months. There were a huge rise of... more
Event Date:
Friday, February 10, 2023 - 2-3 pm ET
Event Type:
NISS Hosted, NISS Sponsored
Come join us for our NISS Graduate Student Network Social 2023! GSN Socials offer graduate students to share their experiences and hear from other grads in our NISS Academic Affiliate departments to help form connections and build your network! We discuss ways to help students tackle the challenges... more
Event Date:
Friday, February 3, 2023 9:30am - 5:00pm PST
Event Type:
Affiliate Award Fund Eligible, NISS Sponsored
Event Location:
UCLA Luskin Conference Center
UCLA
Los Angeles, California,
United States
The UCLA Department of Computational Medicine are pleased to announce our Third Annual Lange Symposium. This year’s topic is Computational Statistics. This annual event is hosted by the UCLA Department of Computational Medicine and supported in part by a grant from the National Human Genome... more
Event Date:
Tuesday, January 24, 2023 | 12 - 1 pm ET / 9 - 10 am PT.
Event Type:
NISS Hosted, NISS Sponsored
[Please Note:  This event has already taken place.  Please review the News Story for this event to read about what happened.]  Join us for our inaugural webinar on the topic of leadership in academia. Hear from statisticians leading schools and universities, strategizing about the future of... more
Event Date:
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 - 12 noon - 1:30 pm ET
Event Type:
NISS Hosted, NISS Sponsored
[Please Note:  This event has already taken place.  Please review the News Story for this event to read about what happened.]  Interested in a statistics or data science position in the industry sector?  Then this session should interest you! This event is part of a series of Virtual Career Fairs... more
Event Date:
January 12-13, 2023
Event Type:
Affiliate Award Fund Eligible, NISS Hosted
Event Location:
Hybrid Workshop (In-Person & Livestreamed)
The Urban Institute
500 L'Enfant Plaza SW
Washington, DC , District of Columbia, 20024
United States
[Please Note:  This event has already taken place.  Please review the News Story for this event to read about what happened.]  The in-person two-day NISS IOF workshop: Advancing Demographic Equity with Privacy Preserving Methodologies will be held at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC in ... more
Event Date:
January 9–11, 2023
Event Type:
Affiliate Award Fund Eligible, NISS Sponsored
Event Location:
Scottsdale, Arizona,
United States
Upgrading the Pipeline from Health Data to Health Policy  ICHPS provides a unique forum for practitioners, health service researchers, methodologists, health economists, and policy analysts to exchange and build on ideas to disseminate to the broader health policy community. The multidisciplinary... more
Event Date:
Wednesday, December 14, 2022 - 12 noon - 1:30 pm ET
[Please Note:  This event has already taken place.  Please review the News Story for this event to read about what happened.]  Government institutions have a unique mission when it comes to the data they collect as well as the importance of the research they engage in.  This research becomes the... more

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