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The IMS would like to thank all those individuals who have contributed to the IMS: you can read the list of IMS funds, and those who have donated. Further contributions are welcome! Please see https://www.imstat.org/contribute-to-the-ims/. Thank you all!…

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The IMS Treasurer’s annual report is published online on the Council Reports page at https://imstat.org/council-reports-and-minutes/. The report details membership and subscription data for 2021. The total number of IMS members increased, but the total number of paying members decreased. Subscriptions by institutions increased very slightly.  The financial status of…

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IMS 2022 Annual Meeting organizers Qiwei Yao and Thomas Mikosch were delighted to welcome more than 520 participants—including over 100 students—to the IMS Annual Meeting in London at the end of June (https://www.imsannualmeeting-london2022.com). For many attendees it was their first in-person conference in three years, and there was…

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It’s time to think about who you would like to represent you on the IMS Council, and vote in the IMS elections. This year, the nominee for President-Elect is Michael Kosorok. There are 10 candidates standing for the five available places on Council: Siva Athreya, Rina Foygel Barber, Gilles Blanchard,…

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Alexander Volfovsky is Assistant Professor of Statistical Science, and Co-Director of The Polarization Lab, at Duke University. He is currently the President of the IMS New Researchers Group. He writes:  The last two years have been long for everyone, and one of the things missing from the annual IMS calendar…

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