Please visit https://community.amstat.org/copss/home for details of eligibility and nomination requirements for all these awards. Please send nominations (preferably by e-mail in PDF format) to the committee chairs by December 15, 2021.
The Presidents’ Award is presented annually to a young* member of one of the participating societies of COPSS in recognition of outstanding contributions to the statistics profession. (* See COPSS website for more details on eligibility criteria). Nominations to Tianxi Cai, Chair, COPSS Presidents’ Award Committee, Harvard University firstname.lastname@example.org
COPSS Leadership Academy Award
The COPSS Leadership Academy Award was established in 2020 to recognize early-career statistical scientists who show evidence of and potential for leadership and who will help shape and strengthen the field. The award is designed both to call attention to the efforts of these individuals and to provide a mechanism for them to share their vision for the field with each other and the statistical community. Nominations to Richard Samworth, Chair, COPSS Leadership Academy Award Committee, University of Cambridge email@example.com
Distinguished Achievement Award and Lectureship
The Distinguished Achievement Award and Lectureship (DAAL) is awarded annually to recognize the importance of statistical methods for scientific investigations. The 2022 award winner will deliver the lecture at JSM in Washington D.C. Nominations to Rebecca Doerge, Chair, COPSS DAAL Award Committee, Carnegie Mellon University firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth L. Scott Award and Lectureship
The Elizabeth L. Scott Award and Lectureship are presented biennially (even-numbered years) to an individual, male or female, who has helped foster opportunities in statistics for women. The 2022 award winner will deliver the E.L. Scott Lecture at the JSM in Washington D.C. Nominations to Rebecca Hubbard, Chair, COPSS E.L. Scott Lecture and Award Committee, University of Pennsylvania email@example.com