FSU Announces Nancy Reid as Inaugural Myles Hollander Distinguished Lecturer
The Department of Statistics at Florida State University is pleased to announce Nancy Reid, University Professor and Canada Research Chair in Statistical Methodology at the University of Toronto, as the inaugural speaker for its newly endowed Myles Hollander Distinguished Lecture.
Reid will present “Three Rs — Reliability, Replicability, Reproducibility: the interplay between statistical science and data science,” October 30, 2020.
For more information and to register for the virtual talk, visit stat.fsu.edu/HollanderLecture.
The Myles Hollander Distinguished Lectureship was established by Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor and statistics professor emeritus at Florida State University Myles Hollander, in appreciation of the university, its statistics department, and the statistics profession. The annual lectureship will recognize an internationally renowned leader and pioneering researcher in statistics who has made a sustained impact on the field, and the lectures will feature topics spanning the breadth of statistics.