Posts by: cmoser

LaTeX Files – Intro. to Latex Seminar

Here are the files from the intro to latex seminar that Paula Griffin conducted on Friday February 24th. README – read this file first simpleExample – R code (change file extension to .R to run) texdemo_bibliography – Bibtex file (change file extension to .bib to run) texSeminar_demo_v01 – Tex file with examples (change file extension to .tex […]

Publishing Seminar – Summary

Notes from our publishing seminar from November can be found HERE.  Hope you take a look and can attend next time!

What’s up Wednesdays!?

Need a break from homework or studying?  Not sure what classes to take in the spring?  Uneasy about the upcoming qualifier?  Ready to pull your hair out over your thesis?  Miss your biostats friends?  Want an excuse to procrastinate? IF you have answers YES to any of these questions – join us on Wednesdays from […]

GOT CANDY (wrappers)?

If you do – please bring them to campus and deposit in one of two boxes in the Biostats Department.  We are collecting candy wrappers to recycle into new products via the company TerraCycle.  In addition, for every wrapper we collect $0.02 will be donated a Charity Water, a non-profit organization that provides clean and […]

Publication Seminar – November 3rd 2pm CT335

Join us on November 3rd at 2pm in room CT335 to learns the ins and outs of publishing in the world of academia.  Join our selected panelists in a discussion about the importance of publications, where to publish, what the deal with authorship is, and many other topics.  See our flier HERE and we hope […]

October Happenings

1) BSA Monthly Meeting will be Thursday from October 13th 1-2pm in CT 302.  Bring you lunch and we can chat about lots of upcoming events.  We have to select a Biostats student for the member spot light for November/December, as well as elect a Treasurer for the club.  If you are unable to attend but have […]


Who is excited for the upcoming 2011-2012 academic year?  We are! We’d just like to say a big welcome back to our old friends and an even bigger WELCOME to the new students!  The Biostatistics Student Association (BSA) would like to kick this year off right and do so we have organized the following: Our FIRST monthly […]

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Halloween Party!!!!

Join the Biostatistics Department and the Data Coordinating Center for their annual Halloween Bash on Friday, October 29th from 12-2pm in room 335. Pizza will be provided and please bring a Spooky Dessert!! COSTUMES ARE REQUIRED! RSVP HERE! – The BSA

How to be Successful in Biostatistics and Other Public Health Disciplines – A talk by Dr. Ted Colton

The Biostatistics Student Association invites you to:  How to be Successful in Biostatistics and Other Public Health Disciplines. Ted Colton, a renowned Professor of Epidemiology, will be speaking at the School of Public Health on September 23rd.   His talk, entitled “Colton’s 10 Commandments”, provides insight on how to be successful in biostatistics and public health research.  […]