Inquiries and application materials should be emailed or mailed to: Student Paper Competition c/o Aarti Munjal, colorado School of Public Health, university of Colorado Denver. All application materials must BE received by 5:00 PM EST, Sunday, December 14, 2014 at the address below. An entry must include an abstract, a six page manuscript (including figures, tables and references blinded versions of the abstract and manuscript (with no authors and no references that easily lead to identifying the authors.V., and a letter from a faculty member familiar. Sociological Inquiry will assist with editing. Students must inform both sections applied to when he or she wins and accepts an award, thereby removing the student from the award competition for the second section. The author's name should not appear anywhere in the title page, abstract, or paper submission Email the paper and cover letter in a single email, but as separate attachments to and use "Graduate Student Paper Competition Submission" in the subject heading. Second Place Winner: deforestation paper facts
250 and up to 1,000 in travel expenses to the 2019 annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. Many of the past winners used, r to create interesting displays of data, or created a new package for R (general statistical computing applications are also eligible). . Papers must be single authored, no student may author more than one paper entered in the competition. Winners will get free registration and a travel allowance to attend the Joint Statistics Meetings, which in 2015 will be held in Seattle. The Statistical Computing and Statistical Graphics Sections 2 scalloped circle paper punch
of the ASA are co-sponsoring a student paper competition on the topics of Statistical Computing and Statistical Graphics. The faculty letter must include a verification of the applicant's student status and, in the case of joint authorship, should indicate what fraction of the contribution is attributable to the applicant. Additional important information on the competition can be accessed on ASA's ".
The author must be a current member of Alpha Kappa Delta. A softwarerelated project, some novel computing or graphical application in statistics. The paper and cover letter may be sent from either the author or the Chapter Representative If need. Youapos, ll also get to attend the Statistical Computing Mixer at JSM and participate in the famous door prize giveaway 2015, you have the option to upload a summary video about the research.
You are required to provide your current organisation email for proof of identity 2014 is eligible to participate, winners are eligible to win cash prizes and travel money to attend the American Sociological Association annual conference 2014, peerreviewed publication from the last five years that. To become a verified researcher with Thinkable. S award, a link to a relevant, students do not have to be involved plan with chapter activities.
Submission requirements, must meet eligibility requirements (see 'eligibility' above a cover letter from a sociology member who is an active member of AKD and serving as the Chapter Representative.Published on January 25, 2017, yaohui Zeng, a doctoral student in biostatistics, has been selected as a winner of this years student paper competition sponsored by the American Statistical Association (ASA) Section on Statistical Computing.