Jennifer A. Hoeting

Jennifer Ann Hoeting is an American statistician known for her work with Adrian Raftery, David Madigan, and others on Bayesian model averaging. She is a professor of statistics at Colorado State University,[1] and executive editor of the open-access journal Advances in Statistical Climatology, Meteorology and Oceanography, published by Copernicus Publications.[2] With Geof H. Givens, a colleague at Colorado State, she is the author of Computational Statistics (Wiley, 2005; 2nd ed., 2013), a graduate textbook on computational methods in statistics.[3]

Education and career

Hoeting graduated from the University of Michigan in 1988, majoring in statistics and psychology, and completed her Ph.D. in statistics in 1994 from the University of Washington.[1] Her dissertation, jointly supervised by David Madigan and Adrian Raftery, was Accounting for Model Uncertainty in Linear Regression.[4] She joined the Colorado State faculty in 1994.[1] In 2011, she chaired the Section of Statistics and the Environment of the American Statistical Association.[5]

Awards and honors

In 2013, Hoeting was elected as a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.[6] In 2015 she was selected to give the Professor Laureate Lecture of the College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State,[7] and won the Distinguished Achievement Medal of the Section of Statistics and the Environment of the American Statistical Association.[8]

References

  1. ^ a b c Curriculum vitae (PDF), retrieved 2017-11-06
  2. ^ Advances in Statistical Climatology, Meteorology and Oceanography, Copernicus Publications, retrieved 2017-11-06
  3. ^ Reviews of Computational Statistics:
  4. ^ Jennifer A. Hoeting at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  5. ^ "Section to Celebrate 20th Anniversary", Amstat News, American Statistical Association, February 1, 2010, retrieved 2017-11-20
  6. ^ ASA Fellows list, American Statistical Association, retrieved 2017-11-06
  7. ^ Professor Laureate Lecture, Colorado State University, 2015, retrieved 2017-11-20
  8. ^ ENVR Awards, Section of Statistics and the Environment of the American Statistical Association, retrieved 2017-11-20

External links

List of Fellows of the American Statistical Association

Like many other academic professional societies, the American Statistical Association (ASA) uses the title of Fellow of the American Statistical Association as its highest honorary grade of membership. The number of new fellows per year is limited to one third of one percent of the membership of the ASA. As of 2018, the people that have been named as Fellows are listed below.

List of women in statistics

This is a list of women who have made noteworthy contributions to or achievements in statistics.

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