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  1. Statistics on Statistics. 1. News. 2. Rankings. 3. Demographics. 4. Grants. 5. Teaching. 6. Space. 7. Achievements. 1. News. Hired Jessica Li from Berkeley as Assistant Professor, and Trang Le from Iowa State as a lecturer, and Nathan Langholz from UCLA as a temporary lecturer. Pending offer joint w/ Poli. Sci. to Molly Roberts from Harvard. Mark Hansen left for Columbia. Lecturer Laura Mustavich left, as did two unpaid adjunct professors, Ivo Dinov and Amy Braverman. Considering 0% appointment for Damla Senturk from Biostat.

  2. Statistics on Statistics. 1. News. 2. Rankings. 3. Demographics. 4. Grants. 5. Teaching. 6. Space. 7. Achievements. 2. Departmental rankings. 2010 US News in Statistics, tied for 27th. NRC, tied for 13th (by S-rank high).

  3. Statistics on Statistics. 1. News. 2. Rankings. 3. Demographics. 4. Grants. 5. Teaching. 6. Space. 7. Achievements. 3. Faculty demographics. 10.5 ladder faculty, 2 of whom are very near retirement (DeLeeuw and Bentler), and another 2 may be near retirement (Li, Yuille). 0 -> 1 female ladder faculty. 6 originally from China, 2 U.S., 2 Europe, 1 Australia. 0 -> 1 Assistant professor, 1 Associate, 6 full, 3 Distinguished. 8 Lecturers. 4 women, 4 men. 3 from U.S., 2 Middle East, 2 Europe, 1 China. Some problems.

  4. Statistics on Statistics. 1. News. 2. Rankings. 3. Demographics. 4. Grants. 5. Teaching. 6. Space. 7. Achievements. 4. Grants. 15 active grants totalling $18.7 million. 3 were just awarded this year, totalling $7.5 million. Some collaborative (e.g. $7.1 million in one grant with Education.)

  5. Statistics on Statistics. 1. News. 2. Rankings. 3. Demographics. 4. Grants. 5. Teaching. 6. Space. 7. Achievements. 5. Teaching. F12 W13 Sp13 Su13 Total enrollment 6420. 1704 1716 1992 1008. Up from 4152, 4692, 5394 in previous 3 yrs. Undergrad. majors 130. Graduate students. 89.

  6. Statistics on Statistics. 1. News. 2. Rankings. 3. Demographics. 4. Grants. 5. Teaching. 6. Space. 7. Achievements. 6. Space. 17 faculty offices, 3 labs, 23 centers/grad offices. Total space 10,800 sqft. We desperately need at least 2 more faculty offices, each 143 sqft. sqft / enrollment = 1.7. sqft / thousand grant dollars = 0.58. sqft / grad student = 121.

  7. Statistics on Statistics. 1. News. 2. Rankings. 3. Demographics. 4. Grants. 5. Teaching. 6. Space. 7. Achievements. 7. Achievements. * Self-Supporting Applied Statistics MS Program on track for F’14. After some changes, sent back to the Faculty Executive Committee (FEC) who again approved. It was then endorsed by the Committee on Degree Programs. Next is the Council on Planning and Budget and Grad. Council. * Participation in DataFest was at a record high. * Conferences. UCLA hosts Western North American Region (WNAR) meeting of the International Biometric Society next week, and June 20-22 Statistics is organizing and hosting the 20th annual ASA/IMS Spring Research Conference (SRC) on Statistics in Industry and Technology. * The Statistics Consulting Center has progressed nicely. mini-courses on R, workshops on Sample Size Determination, new collaborations with Time Warner Cable and College Bound Today. * We continue to be world leaders in computer vision and have very strong programs in environmental statistics, social statistics, and bioinformatics.