The Texas A&M University Department of Statistics will host the 2007 Ronald R. Hocking Endowed Lecture Series in Statistics on Linear Models and Their Generalizations Friday, April 20. It will begin at 1 p.m. in Room 102 of the Zachry Engineering Center on the Texas A&M campus.

Speakers for the event will include series namesake Ronald Hocking, professor emeritus of statistics at Texas A&M; Dallas Johnson, professor emeritus of statistics at Kansas State University; Michael Kutner, professor and chair of biostatistics at Emory University; and Ramon Littell, professor and associate chair of ag-statistics at the University of Florida.

The Hocking Lecture Series was founded in 2001 by the Department with a gift from Dr. Ersen Arseven, who received his doctorate in statistics from Texas A&M in 1974, to recognize exceptional contributions to the field of general linear models and their generalizations. It is designed to celebrate Hocking's three-fold development of the theory, teaching and application of linear models.

Previous lecturers for the series include Ronald Hocking (2002) and David A. Harville (2003).

For more information, please contact the Department of Statistics at (979) 845-3141.


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