September 1 – 15, 2023
Sept 4: Labor Day, University holiday, all offices closed.
Sept 11: Representatives from the CSU Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC) will present information about interpersonal violence, supporting survivors, and the legal obligations we have as responsible employees for the university from 12:00 to 1:00 pm in Wagar 133. All faculty and graduate students are asked to attend.
Sept 11: Department Social Hour will be held from 3:00 to 4:00 pm in Statistics 006.
Sept 13: Representatives from the Tell Someone office will present information about that campus resource from 12:00 to 1:00 pm in Engineering 120. The Tell Someone service can be used to report concerns about a student or employee who may be struggling with issues such as mental health, stress management, and safety. All faculty and graduate students are encouraged to attend.
The Statistics Department will host the ENVIBAYES Workshop on Environmental Data from September 18 to 20. The workshop aims to provide subcommunities within environmental and ecological statistics with a venue to share cutting-edge advancements within their own networks to further spark deeper knowledge gains. Furthermore, it will allow the transfer of knowledge between subcommunities, fostering collaboration, and encourage advances from the wider community of researchers in Bayesian analysis of complex datasets to percolate into the environmental domain.
This semester, book club will be reading The Data Detective by Tom Hardford. Meeting dates and times have not been set yet but if you’re interested, please submit information using this form.
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