We are pleased to announce the creation of the new IMS Grace Wahba Award and Lecture.
We are pleased to host a virtual conference on the challenges and opportunities of COVID-19 tracking apps as pandemic control mechanisms. This conference begins with a panel who will discuss the growing role of digital COVID-19 tracking apps as pandemic control mechanisms.
Three University of Wisconsin–Madison students have been named 2021 winners of the Barry Goldwater Scholarship, considered the country’s preeminent undergraduate scholarship in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering.
Statistics graduate student Michael Mays was granted the 2021 Letters & Science (L&S) Continuity of Instruction Award in the UW-Madison Campus Wide TA Award Ceremony last week. The event is held annually to recognize the outstanding work of teaching assistants (TAs) across the university.
What is the Day of the Badger? DOTB is a campus-wide annual giving effort. Your gifts are necessary for us to provide the support for our growing population of students, both current and future. Specifically, we would like to support the development of student programs, internships, and scholarships to benefit both undergraduate and graduate students, and fund travel to data competitions across the country. We appreciate gifts of all sizes, as they will help us prepare our students to accomplish their goals.