Ronald R. Hocking Endowed Lecture Series in Statistics

The Ronald R. Hocking Endowed Lecture Series in Statistics on “Linear Models and Their Generalizations” was gifted from Dr. Ersen Arseven to the Statistics Department in 2001 to recognize exceptional contributions to the field of general linear models and their generalizations. The lecture series was designed to celebrate Dr. Hocking’s three-fold development of the theory, teaching, and application of linear models.

Previous Lecturers

  • 2002 (Inaugural Lecture)

    Ronald Hocking (Professor Emeritus of Statistics, Texas A&M University)

     

  • 2003

    David A. Harville (Iowa State University)

     

  • 2007

    Ronald Hocking (Professor Emeritus of Statistics, Texas A&M University)
    Dallas Johnson (Professor Emeritus, Kansas State University)
    Michael Kutner (Prof. & Chair Biostatistics, Emory University)
    Ramon Littell (Prof. & Assoc. Chair Ag-Statistics, Univ. of Florida)

     

  • 2009

    Tim Hesterberg (Senior Ads Quality Statistician, Google-Seattle Engineering)
    Brian Marx (Dept of Experimental Statistics, Louisiana State Univ.)
    Oliver Schabenberger (Senior Research Statistician, SAS Institute)

     

  • 2011

    John Sall (Co-Founder and Executive VP of SAS)
    Garrett Fitzmaurice (Professor of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health)
    Goutam Chakraborty (Professor of Marketing, Oklahoma State University)