Upcoming Seminars

Feb. 10th, 3:30 PM
Seminar presented by Betsy Ogburn
Recently, addressing “spatial confounding” has become a major topic in spatial statistics. However, the literature has provided conflicting definitions, and many proposed definitions do not address the issue of confounding as it is understood in causal…
DEN 259
Feb. 17th, 3:30 PM
Seminar presented by Lekha Patel
The Hawkes Processes is a popular type of self-exciting point process that has found application in the modeling of financial stock markets, earthquakes, and social media cascades. Their continuous time framework, however, necessitates that data…
DEN 259
Feb. 24th, 3:30 PM
Seminar presented by Alexandra Chouldechova
HUB 340

Academic Job Opportunities

Lecturer Part-Time - Temporary

Applications are invited for a Lecturer Part-Time - Temporary position in the Department of Statistics at the University of Washington.

This appointment is for a part-time temporary position, with either a quarterly (September 16 - December 15 for Autumn quarter, December 16 - March 15 for Winter quarter, or March 16 - June 15 for Spring quarter) or a 9-month (September 16 - June 15) service period, depending on departmental needs. 

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Statistics Graders and Tutors

Applications are invited for Graders and Tutors in the Department of Statistics at the University of Washington.

These are hourly appointments open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Appointments are made on a quarterly basis. Current pay rates can be found here.

Graders provide diverse services as course assistants. Duties typically include grading student papers and examinations, consultation with instructors and other duties as assigned.

Tutors provide support and guidance to further undergraduate Statistical education in all introductory Statistics courses. For more information on this program, please visit this page.

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Research Papers

F. Richard Guo, Rajen D. Shah
Published 1/6/2023
Many testing problems are readily amenable to randomised tests such as those employing data splitting, which divide the data into disjoint parts for separate purposes. However despite their usefulness in principle, randomised tests have obvious drawbacks. Firstly, two analyses of the same dataset may lead to different results. Secondly, the test typically loses power…
Zhexiao Lin, Fang Han
Published 12/11/2022
Imputing missing potential outcomes using an estimated regression function is a natural idea for estimating causal effects. In the literature, estimators that combine imputation and regression adjustments are believed to be comparable to augmented inverse probability weighting. Accordingly, people for a long time conjectured that such estimators, while avoiding directly…
Steven Wilkins-Reeves, Tyler McCormick
Published 11/21/2022
Network data, commonly used throughout the physical, social, and biological sciences, consist of nodes (individuals) and the edges (interactions) between them. One way to represent the complex, high-dimensional structure in network data is to embed the graph into a low-dimensional geometric space. Curvature of this space, in particular, provides insights…

Recent News

Tyler McCormick, Associate Professor of Statistics and Sociology, will serve as a speaker/panelist for the NISS Ingram Olkin Forum: Statistical Methods for Combatting Human Trafficking, Wednesday,…
We are delighted to announce the Winter 2023 Edition of our undergraduate newsletter, "Student's T time”, edited by Professor Ranjini Grove and Joia Zhang, with help from the UW Statistics &…
Dear Friends of UW Statistics, Welcome to 2023!  I hope that you enjoyed the (icy!) holidays with your family and friends!  I am writing once more to let you know about what has been going on in our…