Welcome to the Southwest Michigan Chapter

Receiving its charter in January of 1975, the Southwest Michigan Chapter is one of five established Michigan chapters. The chapter ensures statistics is promoted in the southern portion of the state, covering such areas as Kalamazoo, Portage, Grand Rapids and Allendale. The Southwest Michigan Chapter consistently looks for methods to bolster the field of statistics.

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In April 2013, the Southwest Michigan chapter of the ASA solicited nominations for chapter officers.  No elections were necessary, since exactly one nomination was received for outgoing Treasurer Casey Jelsema and outgoing Secretary Michelle Donald.  The current chapter officers are:

Kirk Anderson – President

Bradford Dykes – Treasurer

Melissa Plets - Secretary

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17 disturbing statistics from the federal report on Ferguson police - Washington Post (blog)


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17 disturbing statistics from the federal report on Ferguson police
Washington Post (blog)
A report released today by the U.S. Department of Justice faults police in Ferguson, Mo., for racial bias and unconstitutional practices. Below is a list, excerpted from the report, of several disturbing figures that support that accusation. African ...
Ferguson Police Routinely Violate Rights of Blacks, Justice Dept. FindsNew York Times

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Adding Insult to Injury: Statistics Are Workers With the Tears Washed Off - EHS Today


Adding Insult to Injury: Statistics Are Workers With the Tears Washed Off
EHS Today
Each year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) releases data regarding workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities. The data is sliced and diced according to industry, job task, body part, causation and demographics (age, sex, race). This enormous ...

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Sony provides statistics on users of the Lifelog activity tracking platform - Android Authority (blog)


Sony provides statistics on users of the Lifelog activity tracking platform
Android Authority (blog)
Sony announced the Lifelog activity tracking platform last year at CES, which aimed to provide much more than the standard fitness tracking app. Lifelog tracks your physical, social and entertainment activities, like how active you are, what photos you ...

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    2015 Spring Research Conference in Cincinnati

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    Hello, Just a reminder about the Spring Research Conference, which will be held in Cincinnati from May 20-22, 2015. For more information, to register, or to submit a contributed talk (deadline: April 1), please go to the conference website . There...

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    Graduate Workshop on Environmental Data Analytics...

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    Second Annual Graduate Workshop on Environmental Data Analytics - July 27-31, 2015, NCAR Boulder CO. Workshop website: www2.cisl.ucar.edu/events/second-data-analytics This workshop series is designed to help prepare the next generation of researchers...

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    Research Statistician, Spatial and Extreme Statistics,...

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    Statistician: Extreme and Spatial Statistics Job Description Climate Central is seeking an energetic, talented statistical scientist who wants to make a tangible, global impact with targeted research. Strong candidates will be fluent in...

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    2015 Annual Meeting of the Alaska Chapter of the...

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    Dear Alaska Chapter of the American Statistical Association (AK ASA): Registration is open for the 2015 meeting of the AK ASA, in Anchorage, from 25-27 August. The meeting features a 2-day workshop with Simon Wood of the University of Bath titled...

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    Research Fellow position (3 years) in the National...

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    I'd like to bring your attention to the following job opportunity in spatio-temporal statistics applied to remote sensing, at the University of Wollongong, Australia. My best regards, Noel Cressi