News and Events

  • WISTATS NEWS

    Greetings! Hello from Madison! We hope this e-newsletter finds you well during our time of coming back together. This past academic year the Department of Statistics continued to see growth even as we went through …

  • Computer Science major grows by more than 800% in just 10 years

    In 2011, the computer science major at the University of Wisconsin – Madison had about 200 students. Today, it has more than 2,000. It’s now the largest major on campus, and it’s expected to keep …

  • 2020-2021 CDIS UG Chancellor Awards

    Congratulations!

  • Space renovations for Computer Sciences and Statistics departments

    Space renovations for Computer Sciences and Statistics departments help meet growing student and faculty needs.

  • IMS Grace Wahba Award and Lecture

    The IMS is pleased to announce the creation of a new award and lecture, to honor Grace Wahba’s monumental contributions to statistics and science.

  • Department of Statistics Teaching Assistant Awards

    The Department of Statistics TA Committee has awarded 6 graduate students for dedication to teaching graduate and undergraduate courses.

  • IBM Research Award

    IBM Global University Programs’ IBM PhD Fellowship, IBM Masters Fellowship and IBM Academic Awards promote research, innovation, and the building of social, scientific, and technology-based collaboration with universities.

  • Research Travel Awards

    Have you been invited to present your research at a conference, or do you need additional funds to support upcoming research travel in preparation for your final exhibition or thesis?

  • Minne Analytics Scholarship

    The Department of Statistics is happy to announce that we have been selected to award a $1,000 Minne Analytics Scholarship to a student for the 2021-22 calendar year! The award is open to students who …

  • UW-Madison Outstanding Women of Color Awards

    The UW–Madison Outstanding Women of Color Awards acknowledge and honor women of color among UW-Madison faculty, staff, students (undergraduate or post-baccalaureate) and in the Greater Madison community, who have made outstanding contributions in one or …

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