[CoWy ASA] Mailing list maintenance and ASA CO/WY Fall Meeting & Annoucements

Matt Pocernich pocernic at ucar.edu
Thu Nov 5 09:45:38 MST 2009


I have just been cleaning up the email list for the chapter.  Some of  
you were unsubscribed ( which apparently generates a message) and then  
re-subscribed ( which doesn't).  My apologies.  If you are reading  
this, you are on the chapter mailing list.

I have also just retrieved email addresses from the ASA list.  Some of  
you who recently joined the chapter through the national organization  
may have been omitted from recent announcements.  Again my apologies.

I have attached the most recent announcement sent by Chris.



> TO: ASA CO/WY Chapter
> SUBJECT:  Chapter activities
> Hello everyone – The following is a list of upcoming CO/WY  
> activities and announcements that may be of interest to the CO/WY  
> chapter.  This message contains the following topics:
> ##### FALL CO/WY CHAPTER MEETING (April 24, 2009) #####
> The fall ASA CO/WY meeting will be held on November 13, 2009 at the  
> Anschutz Medical Campus (AMC).  There is no need to RSVP for this  
> event.
> Event: CO/WY Fall Meeting 2009
> Date: November 13, 2009
> Location: AMC, ED1, P26-1300 (Education 1 building, room P26-1300)
> Time:  1:30 – 4:00pm
> DIRECTIONS:  See the attached file “AMC-UCD-VistorParking.pdf”
> The afternoon will consist of four speakers on a variety of  
> statistical topics (see below).
> (1) Benjamin Dyhr, Metro State: Predicting Random Variables  
> Associated with the Self-Avoiding Random Walk on the Strip
> (2) Lori Silveira, NJH and Epidemiology grad student: Genetic  
> Susceptibility in Chronic Beryllium Disease and Sarcoidosis
> (3) Robert McQueen, Pharm. Outcomes Research grad student: Cost- 
> Effectiveness of Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) and Intensive  
> Insulin Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes
> (4) Joshua French: Extreme Value Theory
> As you may know, ASA members are invited each year to submit  
> proposals for initiatives that support the Association's mission. In  
> the past, we have funded initiatives with wide-ranging emphases,  
> from reaching out to the K-12 system to enhancing technological  
> access for chapters and sections to increasing diversity in our  
> profession. The 2010 ASA budget again includes funding to support  
> these Member Initiatives. We hope you will consider participating in  
> this activity and will think of a project that has the potential to  
> contribute to the advancement of the association.
> If you plan to submit a proposal, please do so no later than  
> February 2, 2010. For more information about how to submit a  
> proposal and a list of proposals funded in prior years, please seehttp://www.amstat.org/about/index.cfm?fuseaction=memberinitiatives 
>  .
> Feel free to contact Stephen (below) if you have any questions  
> regarding this program. They look forward to receiving your proposal.
> Stephen Porzio
> Associate Executive Director & Director of Operations | American  
> Statistical Association
> 732 North Washington Street Alexandria VA 22314
> (703) 684-1221 ext. 1846 |  Fax - (703) 684-8069 | www.amstat.org
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> Jana Sabol
> Marketing Coordinator | American Statistical Association | 732 North  
> Washington Street Alexandria VA 22314 |Fax - (703)684-3445 | www.amstat.org
> The Analysis of Cross-Classified Categorical Data short course was  
> completed on Oct 2, 2009.  There were 24 CO/WY members who  
> participated in the class at the University of Denver and the  
> participant feedback was very good.  For those of you interested in  
> ordering Dr. Feinberg’s book at a discount – Please see the attached  
> flyer.  Please let me know if you need any additional information.
> Thanks,
> Christopher Nelson, Ph.D.
> ASA CO/WY President

Matthew Pocernich
Research Applications Laboratory
National Center for Atmospheric Research

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