Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science
Award: SFU KEY's Next Big Question Fund January 03, 2018
KEY (SFU's Big Data Initiative) invites you to tell them what the "next big research question" is that can transform the field of big data. Up to $25,000 is available to fund big data research projects. Apply by February 1, 2018.
Job Posting: Research Data Peer for "R" October 20, 2017
The Research Data Peer for ‘R’ is a paid position with the Research Commons at SFU Burnaby, to develop ‘R’ support services of particular interest to SFU graduate students in a variety of disciplines. Apply by October 27, 2017.
Faculty Profile: Dr. Derek Bingham, Statistics and Actuarial Science February 10, 2016
Dr. Derek Bingham received the Excellence in Supervision Award for ensuring his students have the easiest possible transition into the workforce.
Events and Conferences: Natural Resources Canada Recruitment Info Session November 06, 2015
Come to a Natural Resources Canada policy analyst recruitment session November 19, 2015.
Derek Bingham, PhD, Statistics and Actuarial Science September 23, 2015
Meet Derek Bingham, Statistics PhD graduate, SFU faculty member, and universe forecaster.
Job Posting: Postdoctoral Wildlife fire/Environmetrics Research Scientist - Natural Resources Canada June 26, 2015
Natural Resources Canada is looking for a Research Scientist to study wildlife fire and environmentrics at the Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria, BC.
Job Posting: Three Research Assistant positions at the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development June 05, 2015
Three research assistant positions at the Ministry of Children and Family Development's Youth Forensic Psychiatric Services division to assist with collection, analysis, and presentation of data.
Contest Entry: Wijendra Premarathna February 18, 2013
We're sharing the contest entries from our Photos of Home graduate student photo contest.
Battle of the Brains in Egypt December 17, 2010
Congratulations to graduate students Andrew Henrey (Statistics and Actuarial Science) and Hua Huang (Computing Science) and undergraduate student Wesley May. They’ll be travelling to Egypt in February to compete in the finals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), after winning the regional competition in November.