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Three BYU researchers are behind the wheel of a new effort to help the Utah Department of Transportation come closer to the goal of zero fatalities on Utah highways.

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We are pleased to announce the 39th Annual Summer Institute of Applied Statistics (SIAS)! Dr. Liang Zhang will be presenting on Statistical Computing for Big Data

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Dr. William F. Christensen was awarded the Karl G. Maeser Excellence in Teaching Award for exemplifying the best of teaching at BYU. He teaches Stat 121 to audiences of over 700 general education students. His teaching methods are extraordinary because of his use of optimism, humor, real-life applications, and one-on-one instruction. more
In the movie "Moneyball," Brad Pitt is cast as the man who revolutionized professional baseball with modern statistical analysis. A similar storyline is playing out in the NBA – and two teams have drafted a pair of BYU statistics students in the effort. Read about what they're doing.
Supreme Court justices don’t like being on the losing end of landmark decisions, several of which have been handed down this summer. In fact, the justices don’t like losing, period. As it turns out, even justices who vote in the minority of an 8-1 decision tend to go down swinging. Check it out here!