2012 Campbell Award

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  • Date: 10 September 2012

The New Zealand Statistical Association Awards Committee is calling for nominations for the Association's Campbell Prize in 2012. The purpose of the award is to promote statistics within New Zealand and to recognise an individual's contribution to the promotion and development of statistics.

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The criteria for the award are:

i) publishing the best, recent, original statistical research undertaken within New Zealand; or,
ii) making an on outstanding contribution to statistical education; or,
iii) playing a key role in consulting on a major, innovative research project that has direct relevance to New Zealand; or,
iv) making a significant contribution to promoting statistics within New Zealand.

Further details are available at:
http://stats.org.nz/campbell_award.shtml.

Nominations should incorporate the nominee's full curriculum vitae, a supporting statement from the nominator, and the names of at least two suitable referees. They should be sent to Professor Martin Hazelton, Convenor of the NZSA Awards Committee, by email (m.hazelton@massey.ac.nz) or post (Institute of Fundamental Sciences, PN461, Massey University, Private Bag 11222, Palmerston North 4442, New Zealand).

The closing data for nominations in 2012 is 30 September.

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