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Tell your students to go into stats. The market is short on well-rounded statisticians with good business and management skills. Demand for this unique skill set is only going to grow.

-Thad Hellman '98

Math Across the Cannon

On October 1, Prof. Rebecca Goldin of George Mason University and the nonprofit organization STATS will be delivering two lectures in Northfield. The first, at 3:30p.m. on Carleton College's campus is titled "An attempt to turn geometry into decorated graphs." The second lecture is titled "Should you believe it?" This will be held at 7:00 in Tomson 280 on the St. Olaf College campus. Full abstracts for the lectures and more information about Prof. Goldin is available here.

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Global Health and Biostatistics in Geneva

Image:Geneva1.jpg Work with researchers at the World Health Organization (WHO) Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, while becoming aware of the global burden of disease. Look for information on the 2009 Interim to study biostatistics in Geneva!

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