Pickard Lecture Call for Nominations


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 11 May 2016
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The Harvard University Statistics Department is soliciting nominations for the 2016 Pickard Lecture Award.

This biennial award is funded by the David K. Pickard Memorial Endowment in memory of David Pickard, a professor of statistics. Every two years, the department hosts a lecture and reception to recognize an outstanding university faculty member, who then gives a talk on a topic relating to teaching and pedagogy.

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Nominations will be accepted until June 15. All university faculty from outside Harvard are eligible.

Send your nominee’s CV and a letter of recommendation to Madeleine Straubel at mstraubel@fas.harvard.edu You may direct any questions to her, as well.

Additional information about the award and previous winners is available online.

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