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    I am now using this blog to re-post some comments I make other blogs. For my full management blog see the Curious Cat Management Blog

    Monday, March 14, 2016

    William G. Hunter Award (nomination deadline June 30th)

    William G. Hunter Award
    Nomination Deadline: June 30

    Criteria for Selection - The William G. Hunter Award is presented annually in order to encourage the creative development and application of statistical techniques to problem-solving in the quality field. Named in honor of the Statistics Division’s founding chairman, the award recognizes that person (or persons) whose actions most closely mirror Bill Hunter’s strengths, which were as:

    • A Communicator
    • A Consultant
    • An Educator (especially for practitioners)
    • An Innovator
    • An Integrator (of statistics with other disciplines) and
    • An Implementor (who obtained results)

    Download Award Criteria and Nomination Form (DOC)

    Past awardees include: Gerald Hahn, Brian Joiner, Soren Bisgaard, Christine Anderson-Cook and Bill Hill.

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