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Statistics:

Statistics Building Fort Collins, Colorado, nestled against the foothills of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, is home to Colorado State University's Department of Statistics. Our department has grown substantially since its inception in 1970 and enjoys an international reputation.
All of our faculty are active in research on statistical theory and methodology, which is complex, challenging, and extremely useful in important real-world problems. Some of these problems come from our connections with nearby federal research agencies, including the US Forest Service, National Center for Atmospheric Research, National Institute for Standards and Technology, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Statistics News

JSM 2017

Join us for the CSU Meet-up at JSM

Join us for an informal (self-pay) CSU mixer at 4:30 on Tuesday August 1 at the Pratt Street Ale House (206 W. Pratt Street; just across the street from the convention center).  The plan:  (1) converge on the location, (2) hang out and catch up.  CSU students, postdocs, faculty, alumni, and friends welcome.  We hope to see you there!

Don Estep

Don Estep Recognized as University Distinguished Professor

This award is the highest academic recognition awarded by Colorado State University. The award was given to Estep for his outstanding scholarship and achievement and will be recognized for the remainder of his time working with CSU. Congratulations Don! Read more...

Student Awards

Statistics Students Awarded College Honors and High Honors CURC Awards

The annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase held each April, culminates in an awards ceremony that recognizes all participants and honors awards winners from events throughout the year. Two of the student groups from STAT 472 were awarded with College Honors and High Honors at CURC. Congratulations students! Keep up the great work! Read more...

Statistics

Solving Scientific Problems in a Lab with No Microscopes

If data is the language of science, then those who can parse and analyze tomes of that language are essential to scientific discovery. On the second floor of the historic Statistics Building, in the College of Natural Sciences, lives a laboratory that does just that. Read full article here...

Upcoming Events

AUG 14

Mandatory GTA Training

TILT Building

 

AUG 21

Fall 2017 Classes Begin

Colorado State University

 

SEPT 4

Labor Day

University Holiday

 

 

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