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Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences
News & Announcements

Announcements

  • MSP Program Admissions for 2018-2019

    The MSP Program application deadline for 2018-2019 is February 1, 2018. Apply online to the MSP program now! For any questions please contact admissions@stat.cmu.edu.

  • Spring 2018 TA Application

    The application for Spring 2018 Teaching Assistant Positions is now open.

    Please complete the following survey to be considered.

    Applications close at midnight on November 21st, 2017.

  • Ph.D. Program Admissions 2018

    The Ph.D. Program application deadline for 2018 is 11pm EST on December 18th, 2017. The application is now open. Apply online to the Ph.D. program now! For any questions please contact admissions@stat.cmu.edu.

  • Our Fiftieth Anniversary

    2016 marks the 50th year of our Department. We begin by celebrating our outstanding faculty and alumni who have contributed so much over our history. Read more about their contributions.

  • Faculty Search

    The department is actively seeking new faculty for teaching and research positions. Find out more.

Recent News

  • Carnegie Mellon University’s Rob Kass believes brain research is in desperate need of cutting-edge statistics, which can and should supply a crucial link between new, highly complex data and the thorough scientific explanations the research aims to generate. As the Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies’ 2017 R.A Fisher Lecturer, Kass outlined his case in “The Importance of Statistics: Lessons From the Brain Sciences.”
  • Recent Dept. Ph.D. graduate Samrachana Adhikari will present “Post PH.D. Academic Life” on Oct. 30, sponsored by the Dept.’s Women in Statistics group. The talk will be held at 3:00 p.m. in the Steinberg Auditorium, Baker Hall A 53. Everyone is invited. Sam, a 2017 Ph.D. recipient, is a post-doctoral fellow in Statistics in the Dept. of Healthcare Policy and the Dept. of Biostatistics at Harvard Medical School.
  • The National Science Foundation has awarded Carnegie Mellon University’s Jing Lei and Ryan Tibshirani Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) awards. Lei and Tibshirani, both assistant professors in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ Department of Statistics, each received five-year, $400,000 grants for their projects “Modernizing Classical Nonparametric and Multivariate Theory for Large-scale, High-dimensional Data Analysis” and “Locally Adaptive Nonparametric Estimation for the Modern Age — New Insights, Extensions, and Inference Tools,” respectively.
Seminars

Today

  1. Refreshments + Seminar - Elena Erosheva

Wednesday, December 6th

  1. Refreshment + Seminar - Haiyan Huang
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