Department Highlights

Three New Faculty Members to Join the Department in August

Xingche Guo (Statistical Machine Learning), Trevor Harris (cluster hire in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning: Understanding and Addressing Natural and Climate Change-Related Disasters), and Wenrui Li (Modern Statistical Computing) will start as assistant professors of statistics this fall.

Two New Undergraduate Degrees in Data Science

Learn more about the Department's new Bachelor of Science (BS) in Statistical Data Science.

Upcoming Local Conferences

Learn more about a range of upcoming academic conferences organized by UConn statistics department faculty

News and Announcements

Upcoming Events

  1. Aug 15 The Statistics in Pharmaceuticals (SIP2024) conference All Day
  2. Oct 2 The Distinguished Statistician Colloquium, sponsored by Pfizer, ASA, and UConn All Day
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Academic Programs

The Department of Statistics provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate education to students at UConn, preparing them for successful careers in academia, industry, government, and beyond.

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Graduate Education

The Department of Statistics welcomes applicants to our Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programs.
 
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Through events and outreach initiatives, we share our expertise with students and scholars at UConn and beyond.
 
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The Department hosts events that contribute new knowledge, stimulate discussions, and build community among scholars and students across the University.

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