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
How to Reach us During the COVID-19 Isolation
The main office for the Department of Statistics will be closed until further notice and most of our faculty, staff and students will be operating remotely. In the event of an emergency and in-person contact is required, please contact a staff member listed above to make an appointment to meet at the office. All of the staff are available via Zoom meetings and phone calls may also be arranged.
The health and safety of our community is a top priority for us all. Please stay safe and healthy during this difficult time.
Interim Head, Department of Statistics
Texas A&M University
I Am Texas A&M Science - Datathon 2019
Hundreds of students ranging from freshmen to Ph.D. traveling from institutions across the nation and globe gathered at Texas A&M in October for the world’s first-ever TAMU Datathon, a 30-hour, student-run showcase featuring real-world challenges in data science, Fortune 500 sponsorship and a variety of prizes. Congratulations to all winners as well as the leadership team, mentors, sponsors and participants who helped make the inaugural event a Texas A&M-sized success — whoop!
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May 14 marked the untimely passing of Texas A&M Regents Professor and Distinguished Professor of Statistics Cliff Spiegelman, a leader in statistical and environmental forensics and a champion for the use of statistics and its many applications to help free innocent people, reevaluate history and develop sharper analytical tools to benefit society.
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A distinguished professor in the College of Science, Dr. Clifford Spiegelman has used statistics to challenge forensic methods, exonerate the innocent and bring new light to the past. His expertise was even used during an investigation into President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
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