The Department of Statistics at Florida State University is affiliated with many different statistics-related organizations. Find out more information about them here.
The American Statistical Association is the world’s largest community of statisticians, the "Big Tent for Statistics." The ASA supports excellence in the development, application, and dissemination of statistical science through meetings, publications, membership services, education, accreditation, and advocacy. Our members serve in industry, government, and academia in more than 90 countries, advancing research and promoting sound statistical practice to inform public policy and improve human welfare.
This group is an offshoot of the American Statistical Association, specifically geared towards members and organizations located in Florida.
GMSC a student club of the Statistics Department, focusing on modern statistics including big data computation, statistical machine learning, high dimensional statistics, modern optimization theory and other exciting research areas. We are open to any graduate student and have weekly meetings in the department.
The American Statistical Association created the This is Statistics website and campaign to raise awareness of the many interesting careers in statistics, a long established profession that has experienced tremendous growth and expanded importance and interest among students and employers in recent years due to advances in technology, the growth of “Big Data,” and the wider adoption of data-driven decision making in the private and public sectors.
The Women in Math, Science and Engineering Living Learning Community and Society seeks to increase the retention of women in STEM fields by promoting a supportive environment, encouraging participation beyond the classroom, providing opportunities to enhance academic and career goals through involvement, exposing students to mentors and careers in STEM fields, and developing skills necessary to be successful as academics and future professionals.
This group is run by faculty and graduate students from the Department of Statistics and the Department of Mathematics, whose goal is to develop tools for the statistical analysis of shapes of curves and surfaces.