Affiliate Program Information

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The NISS Affiliate Program brings together statistical, mathematical and data science professionals from all sectors – academia, industry, government / national lab – to support research, information dissemination, human resource development and networking.

All institutions are presented with challenges.  These may range from statisticians trying to solve a specific statistical problem posed by a unique set of data to the challenges faced by managers seeking ways to provide stimulating career paths to retain exemplary data science employees. Affiliate institutions can take advantage of events NISS has in the pipeline or work to define new opportunities that will address their needs, and likely the needs of NISS colleagues as well.

The NISS Affiliates Program acts as a forum through which industry, academia and government partners support data driven solutions for business, government and society.

BENEFITS OF BECOMING A NISS AFFILIATE

  • Access to professional development events/workshops/meet-ups on current topics.
  • Access to a rich set of colleagues in the statistics / data science fields to connect and network with.
  • Ample opportunities to meet and plan events/activities with affiliate colleagues to help meet your institutional challenges.

LINKS TO MORE INFORMATION FOR AFFILIATE SECTORS

MORE INFORMATION ON BECOMING A NISS AFFILIATE?

The NISS Affiliates Program welcomes new members from government, industry, and academia. Visit our Become an Affiliate page and fill out the form to let us know you are interested in becoming an affiliate.  Or, simply contact the NISS office via email at officeadmin@niss.org.

You might also be interested in listening to the following 20 minute podcast that provides more information about NISS, NISS's current Director, Jim Rosenberger and many insights into the valued mission of NISS.

And, for those of you that would like to add to your understanding of where NISS began and the future role it is shaping for itself, here is another conversation that should not be missed!  

Episode 77 featured this interview by Richard Zink for the ASA's Biopharmaceutical Section of Nancy Flournoy (Curators Distinguished Professor at the University of Missouri), Dan Holder (Executive Director of Biostatistics and Research Decision Sciences at Merck) and Jim Rosenberger (Professor Emeritus at Penn State Universityand NISS Director) discussing the mission and history of the National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS) and how it will adapt for the future.

Link to the Podcast on CommunityAmstat.org