Marcin Jurek and Matthias Katzfuss at 2018 Aggie Reunion, Vancouver
Aggieland Saturday 2020
Ersen Arseven and Jianhua Huang at Endowed Chair in Astronomical Statistics Reception
2020 Climate, Diversity, & Inclusion Scholarship Recipients
Congratulations to our Spring 2020 Climate, Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship awardees, Isaac Ke (left) and Jiahong Zhou (right). The Climate, Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship for Undergraduates is established to recognize and help first-generation statistics undergraduates through their accomplishments and initiatives.
Isaac Ke is from Dallas, TX. He is pursuing his BS in Statistics and minor in Computer Science. After graduation, he hopes to work full-time in data science and machine learning. He is also a Peer Mentor for the department and an intern with sport science here on campus. Outside of class, Isaac is the 1st chair cello of the A&M Chamber Orchestra and loves playing basketball.
Jiahong Zhou is an international student from China. She is currently working towards graduating with her BS in both Statistics and Applied Mathematical Sciences. She is currently a research assistant for Dr. Sinha, and after graduation plans to go to graduate school to study statistics or data science. Outside of school, she enjoys traveling and reading.
I Am Texas A&M Science - Irina Gaynanova
Even for the most seasoned academic, career inspiration starts somewhere, and it all begins with a story. Here's one in our I Am Texas A&M Science series from Texas A&M statistician Irina Gaynanova, who, despite not exactly loving her academic field as an undergraduate, grew to appreciate working with data enough to make a career out of developing statistical methodology for high dimensional data problems.
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Texas A&M is gearing up to host hundreds of students and their families Saturday, Feb. 22, in the John R. Blocker Building for some free math and stat-inspired fun as part of the 17th annual Texas A&M Mathematics and Statistics Fair.
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Texas A&M statistics major Alex Peters ’21 thought he was like every other young person in college — hungry to learn, hungry for adventure and hungry to embark on a major life milestone. Then he realized that some of his peers were just plain hungry, prompting him to get involved in First Year Eats and a yearlong research project to determine how adequate food intake can affect academic retention and GPR in freshmen.
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