Read about Paul Sabin and Neal Peterson, two graduates of the BYU Department of Statistics
Two statistics students, Sierra Pugh and Gavin Collins, received BYU's Office of Research & Creative Activities (ORCA) grant for undergraduate students.
This month's CPMS Alumni Newsletter features visiting instructor Brad Barney and his journey from economics student to statistics professor.
Huge congrats to the students who recently passed ASQ CQPA exam! Left to right: Kaleb Erickson, Jacob Crockett, Alan Phillips, Ryan Gardner, Makayla Hatch, Emma Stewart, Daniel Eck, Jameson Marriott, advisor John Lawson
Check out the great ESPN article written by Paul Sabin, a former Masters student in the Statistics department! (Photo: David Butler II/USA Today Sports)
There is a great spotlight on the CPMS website about Brad Barney and his journey from economics student to statistics professor!
Dr. Eggett participated in a unique study about how weather effects mental health, and was spotlighted on the BYU home page!
ASA Annual Chapter Meeting
Join us for a presentation from Dr. Larry Cook at the 2016 ASA Annual Chapter Meeting!
A great article on Jared Ward and sports analytics.
The most recent CAS Student Newsletter has some great tips on starting your Actuarial career.
Dr. William Christensen from the BYU Statistics department was recently made an American Statistical Association Fellow.
Dr. Gordon Dahl presented at this years Summer Institute for Applied Statistics.
Check out the latest Statistics Department Newsletter!
Dr. Lynne Nielsen from the Statistics department was involved in this very interesting research project about worldwide inequality among women.
Sign up for this year's Summer Institute and learn from guest lecturer and UC San Diego professor, Gordon Dahl.
Steve Siebers left the corporate world to stack beanbags on the heads of alpenhorn players in Kalamazoo. Read why.
Read this great article by Jeremy Stanford about what BYU can do for your professional development!
Check out this great article featuring our very own Zach Knowlton and his work in football stats!
A great Daily Universe article about the stats program in men's tennis!
A new study from the ASA shows that the demand for Statistics students is strong and growing!
A great spotlight of our very own Dr. Garrit Page, and his promotion of questioning and curiosity!
Check out the great public awareness campaign from This Is Statistics!
Congratulations to Zach Knowlton, first place in the 2015 Undergraduate Research Competition at JSM!
Jared Ward, a recent Masters graduate in the Statistics department, came away victorious at the September 2015 USA Track and Field 20 km Championship in New Haven, Connecticut! Way to go, Jared!
BYU's Dr. Grimshaw shares the statistics behind our love of a good underdog story in NCAA Final Four basketball tournaments.