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					American Statistical Association Presidents and JSMs History
Yr. as Pres. 2011 2010 Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation Office of Biostatistics Research, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute North Carolina State College I G Subject Area Allied** JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf * or A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. Joint 171st 170th Joint Joint Date of JSM Place

106th 105th

Geller, Nancy Pantula, Sastry

x

July 31- August 4, 2011 August 1-5, 2010

Miami Beach, Florida Vancouver, BC, Canada

2009

104th

Morton, Sally C.

RTI International

x

x

169th

Joint

August 2-6, 2009

Washington, DC

2008

103rd

Lachenbruch, Peter A.

Consultant, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

x

x

168th

Joint

August 3-7, 2008

Denver, CO

2007

102nd

Bock, Mary Ellen

Purdue University

x

167th

Joint

July 29-August 2, 2007

Salt Lake City, UT

2006 2005

101st 100th

Keller-McNulty, Sallie Scheuren, Fritz J.

Los Alamos National Laboratory NORC (National Organization for Research at University of Chicago)

x x

x x

166th 165th

Joint Joint

August 6-10, 2006 August 7-11, 2005

Seattle, WA Minneapolis, MN

2004

99th

Efron, Bradley

Stanford University

x

x

164th

Joint

August 8-12, 2004

Toronto, ON, Canada

2003

98th

Mason, Robert L.

Southwest Research Institute

x

x

163rd

Joint

August 3-7, 2003

San Francisco, CA

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American Statistical Association Presidents and JSMs History
Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Date of Address

South Beach Convention Center Convention Center

August 3, 2010

Convention Center/Marriott

Statistics: From Evidence to Policy

Statistics: From Evidence to Policy

August 4, 2009

Convention Center/Hyatt

August 5, 2007

Convention Center/Little & Grand America

Statistics: Harnessing the Power of information

August 7, 2007

Convention & Trade Center/Sheraton Convention Center/Hilton

Statistics for an Uncertain World: Meeting Global Challenges Using Our Discipline to Enhance Human

From Data to Policy: Scientific Excellence Is Our Future Statistics: A Rights Discipline

August 8, 2006 August 9, 2005

Convention Center/Royal York

Statistics as a Unified Discipline

Bayesians, Frequentists, and Scientists

August 10, 2004

Hilton/Parc 55/Nikko

Statistics: A Bridge to Discovery and Knowledge Statisticians: Keep Counting On Them

August 5, 2003

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Address Published Presidential Citation JASA, Journal Vol., #, and (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the Yr. JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.)

Invited Speaker

For outstanding contributions to statistics as a policy statistician at the RAND Corporation and at RTI International; for national and international leadership in statistics and in service to our discipline; for significant methodological research and leadership in evidence-based practice, particularly for her work with sampling of vulnerable populations; for continuing advocacy for the profession; and for demonstrating how the statistical community should be involved in policy. For outstanding contributions to statistics as an educator, administrator, and scholar; for leadership in statistics and in service to our discipline; for significant research in biostatistics; for important contributions to the federal government and to society as a leader at the Food and Drug Administration; for continuing advocacy for the profession and for improvement of the means by which we communicate our work with each other and with the world. For outstanding contributions to statistics as an educator, administrator, and scholar; for her leadership role in statistics and in service to our discipline; for her quietly continuous and extremely effective mentoring; for her dedication to enhancing our discipline at Purdue University; for giving of herself to advancing the profession for underrepresented groups; for her continuing advocacy for interdisciplinary collaboration and outreach by our profession. For outstanding interdisciplinary contributions to statistics and engineering as an educator, administrator, and scholar; for her leadership role in statistics and in service to her country at the Los Alamos Labs; for unquestionably giving of herself unstintingly for the profession with results that have been many and fruitful; for her advocacy of a greater policy role in matters that bear on the improving use of statistics, which may prove to be among her most important achievements. For energetic, caring, thoughtful, and creative leadership as President of the Association and to other statistical societies; for outstanding influential For distinguished, thoughtful, and creative leadership as President of the Association and in service to other statistical societies; for outstanding and influential innovations and developments in theoretical research in mathematical statistics, including important contributions to the theory of exponential families; for effective applications of theoretical research, especially to the pharmaceutical industry; and for pioneering fundamental contributions to the development of computational intensive statistical methods, including the bootstrap. For outstanding leadership as President of the Association, especially in planning for its future; for exemplary service to the Joint Statistical Meetings, ASA's continuing education program, and chapters of the Association; for excellence in research publications and textbooks; for untiring efforts to promote the statistics profession; and for many years of other highly effective service to our discipline, profession and ASA.

Rebecca M. Blank, Under-Secretary for Economic Affairs, Department of Commerce

Vol. 104, No. 485 (2009)

Mark B. McClellan, American Enterprise Institute

Vol. 103, No. 484 (2008)

Grace Wahba, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Vol. 102, No. 478 (2007) Vol. 102, No. 477 (2007)

William R. Pulleyblank, IBM Global Services, IBM Business Consulting Services Roderick Joseph Little, University of Michigan, School of Public Health

Vol. 100, No. 469 (2005)

David Donoho, Stanford University

Vol. 99, No. 465 (2004)

Lawrence D. Burns, Vice President, General Motors Corporation

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Address Title Opponent

Xiao-Li Meng

Measurement Matters: Why Good Statistics Are Important to Understanding the Well-Being of American Families

George Williams

Health Care Considerations for the Millennium

Cynthia Z.F. Clark

Regularization Methods in Statistical Model-Building: Computer Scientists, Classification, and Machine Learning

Stephen E. Fienberg

A Data-Driven World: Why Now, and What Do We Do about it? A Bayes/Frequentist Roadmap

James M. Landwehr Nancy J. Kirkendall

The Romance of Hidden Components

George Tiao

The Essential Role of Statistical Sciences in Business Decisionmaking

Graham Kalton

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Yr. as Pres. Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation I G Subject Area Allied** JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf * or A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. Joint Date of JSM Place

2002

97th

Straf, Miron L.

National Science Foundation

x

x

162nd

Joint

August 11-15, 2002

New York City, NY

2001

96th

Scheaffer, Richard L.

University of Florida

x

x

x

161st

Joint

August 5-9, 2001

Atlanta, GA

2000

95th

O'Fallon, W. Michael

Mayo Clinic

x

x

160th

Joint

August 13-17, 2000

Indianapolis, IN

1999

94th

Ellenberg, Jonas H.

Westat

x

x

159th

Joint

August 8-12, 1999

Baltimore, MD

1998

93rd

Moore, David S.

Purdue University

x

x

158th

Joint

August 9-13, 1998

Dallas, TX

1997

92nd

Kettenring, Jon R.

Bellcore

x

x

157th

Joint

August 10-14, 1997

Anaheim, CA

1996

91st

Billard, Lynne

University of Georgia

x

x

156th

Joint

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American Statistical Association Presidents and JSMs History
Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Date of Address

Hilton/Sheraton

Statistics in an Era of Technological Change Statistics: The Next Generation

August 13, 2002

Marriott/Hilton

Statistical Science for the Information Age

Statistical Bridges

August 7, 2001

Westin/Convention Center

Celebrate Diversity in Statistics Statistical Meetings: View of Past, Vision of Future

August 15, 2000

Hyatt/Convention Center

Statistical Science at the Interface

Statisticians' Significance

August 5, 1999

Loews Anatole

Statistics: A Guide to Policy

Statistics Among the Liberal Arts

August 11, 1998

Hilton/Marriott

Shaping Statistics for Success in the 21st Century

Shaping Statistics for Success in the 21st Century

August 12, 1997

Hyatt

Challenging the Frontiers of Knowledge Using Statistical Science
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Statistics - A Voyage of Discovery

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Address Published Presidential Citation JASA, Journal Vol., #, and (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the Yr. JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.) For deliberate and insightful leadership as President of the Association, especially in the area of strategic planning; for long and effective service to the Committee on National Statistics and dedication to its goals of improving the federal statistical system and the use of data in public policy decisions; and for decades of exemplary service, sparked with wit and humor, to the Association Vol. 98, No. 461 (2003) and the profession. For decisive leadership as President of the Association; for strong support and advocacy of the ASA's undergraduate statistics initiative; for dedicated and inspired performance as a conduit among scholarly societies interested in the dissemination of statistical principles into all aspects of social discourse; for decades of exemplary service to the Association and the profession; and for a long and distinguished career as an administrator and statistical educator, Vol. 97, No. 457 (2002) training teachers at all levels. For deliberative and sensitive leadership as President of the Association; for foresight in the pursuit of excellence for the management and physical facilities for the ASA headquarters office; for adroitness in bringing sectors and individuals of different views to consensus; for challenging the Board of Directors and the membership in the implementation of the strategic plan; and for a long and distinguished career in the applications of statistics to the Vol. 96, No. 456 (2001) medical sciences.

Invited Speaker

Thomas Sawyer, United States Congress

Robert Frosch, Associate Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program, Harvard University

Dennis Gillings, Quintiles Transnational Corporation

Vol. 95, No. 449 (2000)

For energetic leadership as President of the Association and vision in preparing for new technological and professional environments; for willingness to deal with difficult issues in an objective manner; for addressing issues of public policy on behalf of the profession; and for administrative and scientific Eric S. Lander, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical leadership in applications of statistics to medical research. Research For outstanding leadership as President of the American Statistical Association, as evidenced by repeated application of sound judgement to difficult issues, the promotion of electronic technology to improve member services, and extensive efforts to communicate with all members at the grass roots level; and for pioneering work in statistical education that has dramatically increased the accessibility of statistics for thousands of students "against all odds." Daniel Patrick Moynihan, United States Senate For outstanding leadership and service in local chapter and national offices of the American Statistical Association and allied societies and in national statistical committees; for research in data analysis including cluster analysis and multivariate analysis; for a promoter of change and new directions for statisticians involving software engineering and massive data sets; and for leadership of industrial statistics; and for his efforts to enhance exchanges Alfred V. Aho, Head of the Computer Department at between academia, industry and government. Columbia University For outstanding leadership and service to the American Statistical Association on numerous committees, as an editor, as a member of the Board of Directors and as President; for leadership of allied national and international statistical societies; for distinguished service in statistical education as a professor and administrator; for substantial contributions to the theory of epidemics, time series, and sequential analysis; and for successful efforts to advise, encourage, Anne C. Petersen, Deputy Director of the National and obtain support for statisticians early in their careers. Science Foundation Page 7, 11/27/2009, 10:39 PM

Vol. 93, No. 444 (1998)

Vol. 92, No. 440 (1997)

Vol. 92, No. 437 (1997)

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Address Title Governing by Numbers: The Critical Role of Statistics in Policymaking Opponent

Gladys Reynolds

Does a Naive Observer See New Challenges for Statisticians in the Chances, Choices and Complications of the Complex Real World?

Judith Tanur

The Business of Statistics: A New Decade of Statistical Priorities in an Internet Age Gary C. McDonald

Genes and Genomes

Rich Allen

Data and Dogma in Public Policy

Ronald H. Randles

Scaling Up Algorithm Design Techniques

Robert L. Mason

Science and Technology in America: A Look at Trends and Countertrends
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Yr. as Pres. Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation I G Subject Area Allied** JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf * or A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. Joint Date of JSM Place

1995

90th

Gail, Mitchell H.

National Cancer Institute

x

x

155th

Joint

August 13-17, 1995

Orlando, FL

1994

89th

Iman, Ronald L.

Sandia National Laboratories

x

x

154th

Joint

August 13-18, 1994

Toronto, ON, Canada

1993

88th

Hunter, J. Stuart

Princeton University

x

x

153rd

Joint

August 8-12, 1993

San Francisco, CA

1992

87th

Wallman, Katherine K.

Ofc. Of Mgmt. & Budget, Exec. Ofc. Of the President

x

x

152nd

Joint

August 9-13, 1992

Boston, MA

1991

86th

Zellner, Arnold

University of Chicago

x

x

151st

Joint

August 18-22, 1991

Atlanta, GA

1990

85th

Barabba, Vincent P.

General Motors Corporation

x

x

150th

Joint

August 6-9, 1990

Anaheim, CA

1989

84th

Norwood, Janet L.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

x

x

149th

Joint

August 6-10, 1989

Washington, DC

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American Statistical Association Presidents and JSMs History
Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Date of Address

Dolphin/Swan

Statistics in Action Increasing Statistical Awareness through Promotion, Preparation, and Perception

Statistics in Action

August 15, 1995

Sheraton Center

New Paradigms for the Statistics Profession

August 16, 1994

Hilton/Parc 55

Statistics and the Sciences

Statistics As A Profession

August 10, 1993

Marriott/Sheraton

Advancing Society's Statistical Literacy

Enhancing Statistical Literacy: Enriching Our Society

August 11, 1992

Marriott/Hilton

Statistics, Science, and Policy

Statistics, Science, and Policy

August 20, 1991

Hilton/Marriott

Statistics in Quality and Productivity

Through a Glass Less Darkly

August 7, 1990

Sheraton/Omni

Statistics in Society

Statistics for Public Policy: Reflections of a Changing World

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Address Published Presidential Citation JASA, Journal Vol., #, and (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the Yr. JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.) Invited Speaker For bringing stability to the Association in a time of unusual change; for providing leadership in outreach activities; for outstanding contributions to the statistical methodology of controlled clinical trials and epidemiologic research, particularly with respect to oncology and to acquired immune deficiency syndrome; for effectively combining medical and statistical expertise to improve the public health; and for dedicated service to the Association and to William L. Roper, Senior Vice President & Chief Vol. 91, No. 433 (1996) the profession. Medical Officer for The Prudential For encouraging participation of statisticians with practitioners in other disciplines; for leadership in improving the visibility of statistics as a profession and as a practical tool; for distinguished authorship; for support of statistical education at all levels; and for dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession. For inspiring expostion of statistical methods; for leadership in establishing Technometrics and for dedication as its first editor; for the encouragement of stronger statistical ties with the engineering professions; for distinguished authorship; for unselfish dedication to providing statistical advice to government agencies both directly and through the National Research Council; and for dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession. For creative and imaginative leadership as the Executive Director of the Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics; for strong support of a sound Federal statistical system; for encouragement and support of the Office of Scientific and Public Affairs within the Association; for unswerving commitment to the Association's Quantitative Literacy program; and for dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession. For outstanding contributions to research in systems of equations, Bayesian statistics, and econometrics; for leadership in the establishment of the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics and for dedication as its first editor; for promoting the importance of time series analyses; for encouraging the development of stronger statistical ties with Latin America; and for his dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession.

Vol. 90, No. 429 (1995)

William J. Spencer, President & CEO of SEMATECH

Vol. 89, No. 425 (1994)

W. Edwards Deming, Father of the Third Wave of the Industrial Revolution

Vol. 88, No. 421 (1993)

Gail Burrill, James Landwehr, Richard Scheaffer, James Swift, and Karen Taylor

Vol. 87, No. 417 (1992)

Seymour Geisser

Vol. 86, No. 413 (1991)

For outstanding contributions to the support of the federal statistical system; for leadership in the establishment of the research fellowship programs of the Association; for promoting the importance of statistics as a tool for decision making in an industrial setting; for encouraging the profession to give a key role to the relevance of statistics to data users; and for his dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession. Ronald A. Howard, Stanford Univ. For outstanding contributions to the quality and relevance of economic statistics; for leadership in the production of the nation's most important economic indicators, including monthly measurers of employment, unemployment, and prices; for exemplary standards of professional integrity; for numerous achievements, both technical and managerial; for model public service at the Bureau of Labor Statistics; and for her dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession. Michael J. Boskin, Council of Economic Advisers Page 11, 11/27/2009, 10:39 PM

Vol. 85, No.409 (1990)

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Address Title Opponent

Outcome Research and Information for Decisionmaking: Public and Private Sector Perspectives

Jonas H. Ellenberg

Applied Statistics: A Competitive Necessity in the Semiconductor Industry

R. Gnanadesikan

Theory of a System

Stephen E. Fienberg

Interactive session on Quantitative Literacy

Ivan Fellegi

Some Statistical Issues in Medicine and Forensics

Ingram Olkin

Achieving Mastery Over Uncertainty

Fred C. Leone, w/drew)

Perspectives on the Use of Statistics
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Yr. as Pres. Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation I G Subject Area Allied** JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf * or A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. Joint Date of JSM Place

1988

83rd

Hogg, Robert V.

University of Iowa

x

x

148th

Joint

August 22-25, 1988

New Orleans, LA

1987

82nd

Bailar, Barbara A.

U.S. Bureaus of the Census

x

x

147th

Joint

August 17-20, 1987

San Francisco, CA

1986

81st

Marquardt, Donald W.

E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.

x

x

146th

Joint

August 18-21, 1986

Chicago, IL

1985

80th

Neter, John

University of Georgia

x

x

145th

Joint

August 5-8, 1985

Las Vegas, NV

1984

79th

Savage, I. Richard

Yale University

x

x

144th

Joint

August 13-16, 1984

Philadelphia, PA

1983

78th

Anderson, Richard L.

University of Kentucky

x

x

143rd

Joint

August 15-18, 1983

Toronto, ON, Canada

1982

77th

Kruskal, William H.

University of Chicago

x

x

x

142nd

Joint

August 16-19, 1982

Cincinnati, OH

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American Statistical Association Presidents and JSMs History
Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Date of Address

Marriott/Sheraton

Statistics in Biotechnology

How to Hope with Statistics

August 23, 1988

Hilton/Ramada

Statistical Practice in Research: The Essential Interactions

August 18, 1987

Palmer House

The Importance of Statistics

August 19, 1986

MGM Grand

Boundaries of Statistics -- Sharp or Fuzzy?

August 6, 1985

Wyndom Franklin Plaza

Hard/Soft Problems

August 14, 1984

Sheraton Center

Goals: Where Are We, Where Should We Be Going?

August 16, 1983

Convention Center/Stouffer

Miracles and Statistics: The Casual Assumption of Independence

August 17, 1982

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Address Published Presidential Citation JASA, Journal Vol., #, and (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the Yr. JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.)

Invited Speaker

Vol. 84, No. 405 (1989)

Vol. 83, No. 401 (1988)

For outstanding contributions to research in theoretical and applied statistics; for guidance in statistical education at the college and pre-college level; for leadership in engineering education, especially in the areas of quality and productivity; for leadership as an educator and administrator of scientific programs; for excellence in research; and for dedication, commitment, and exemplary service to the Association and the profession. J. Stuart Hunter, Princeton University For outstanding contributions to the statistical modeling of non-sampling errors in surveys; for leadership in improving the quality of censuses and surveys; for encouragement and support of the research fellowship programs of the Association; for sound advice and direction for the Office of Scientific and Public Affairs; for implementation of the strategic planning effort; and for her dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession. Howard Hiatt, Brigham & Womens Hospital For contributions to the areas of data analysis and regression, particularly nonlinear estimation; for leadership in the development of applications of statistics in engineering and science; for excellent guidance in the study and implementation of strategic planning; and for his dedication, commitment, and outstanding service to the Association and the profession. For contributions to the advancement of theory and application in the area of business statistics, for excellence in guiding statistical education, for editorial work with The American Statistician, for dynamic leadership and support of programs in the development of the profession, for initiating a long-range review of the Association's goals and purposes, and for outstanding service to the Association. For contributions to the advancement of statistical theory and applications in the social sciences and, far more widely, for leadership in statistical education, for influence in government and academe as a member and chair of key committees, for support of programs in the development of the profession, for service to the Association, and for listening and responding to the needs of the members. For contributions to the advancement of statistical theory and applications in the health, agricultural, social, and physical sciences; for leadership in statistical education; for influence in government and academe as chair of key committees; for work on the application of statistics in environmental issues; and for many years of distinguished service to the Association and to the profession. For contributions as an eminent scholar to the advancement of the field of statistics; for leadership in statistical education; for influence on academe and government, as a member of a presidential commission on federal statistics and as first Chairman of the Committee on National Statistics of the National Academy of Sciences; for editorial services to the profession; and for many years of service to the Association.

Vol. 82, No. 397 (1987)

Richard E. Heckert, E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Company

Vol. 81, No. 393 (1986)

Sir John Boreham, Central Statistics Office, United Kingdom

Vol. 80, No. 389 (1985)

John A. Hartigan, Yale University

Vol. 79, No. 386 (1984)

Irving Selikoff, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Vol. 83, No. 929 (1988)

Paul Meier, University of Chicago

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Address Title Opponent

Statistics: Information Science

Arnold Zellner

Clarifying Crystal Balls: Medicine and Society Turn to ASA

Janet L. Norwood

Statistics in Industry

Carl A. Bennett

Statistics and Public Policy

Joan R. Rosenblatt

The Statistics of Molecular Evolution

Morris Hamburg

Statistical Compassion

Vincent P. Barabba

Damned Liars and Expert Witnesses

Seymour Geisser

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Yr. as Pres. Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation I G Subject Area Allied** JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf * or A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. Joint Date of JSM Place

1981

76th

Bradley, Ralph A.

Florida State University

x

x

141st

Joint

August 10-13, 1981

Detroit, MI

1980

75th

Martin, Margaret E.

National Academy of Science, National Research Council, Committee on National Statistics

x

x

140th

Joint

August 11-14, 1980

Houston, TX

1979

74th

Hartley, Herman Otto

Texas A&M University

x

x

139th

Joint

August 13-16, 1979

Washington, DC

1978

73rd

Box, George E. P.

University of Wisconsin

x

x

138th

Joint

August 14-17, 1978

San Diego, CA

1977

72nd

Kish, Leslie

University of Michigan, Institute of Social Research

x

x

137th

Joint

August 15-18, 1977

Chicago, IL

1976

71st

Graybill, Franklin A.

Colorado State University

x

x

136th

Joint

August 23-26, 1976

Boston, MA

1975

70th

Frankel, Lester R.

Audits & Surveys Co., Inc.

x

x

135th

Joint

August 25-28, 1975

Atlanta, GA

1974

69th

Cornfield, Jerome

George Washington University

x

x

134th

Joint

August 26-29, 1974

St. Louis, MO

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Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Date of Address

Detroit Plaza

The Future of Statistics as a Discipline

August 11, 1981

Shamrock Hilton

Statistical Practice in Bureaucracies

August 12, 1980

Washington Hilton

Statistics as a Science and as a Profession

August 14, 1979

Town & Country

Problems of Statistics & Everyday Life

August 15, 1978

Pick Congress

Chance, Statistics, and Statisticians

August 16, 1977

Sheraton

What Lies Ahead?

August 23, 1976

Hyatt Regency

Statisticians and People -- The Statistician's Responsibilities

August 26, 1975

Park Plaza

A Statistician's Apology

August 27, 1974

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Address Published Presidential Citation JASA, Journal Vol., #, and (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the Yr. JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.) For leadership in statistical education, as an eminent scholar and as first Chairman of the Department of Statistics at Florida State University; for accomplishments in both theoretical and applied statistics; for support and encouragement of young scholars; for his many editorial contributions to the profession; and for years of service to the Association. For creative and imaginative leadership as the first executive director of the Committee on National Statistics of the National Academy of Sciences; for sustained and effective support of sound statistical methods in the statistics programs of the U.S. Government; for timely consultation on social and administrative problems in government; and for many years of effective service to the profession and the Association. For contributions in estimation theory, regression, survey sampling, statistical computing and the tabulation of statistical functions; for inspiring leadership as a research professor and lecturer; for the cogent development of theory and its extension into a multitude of applications; for motivation of many scientists in statistics and related fields; and for distinguished service to the profession and the Association. For his pioneer work on response surface and evolutionary operations methods with both of which he has come to be identified; for contributions to statistical inference, particularly relating to robustness and to Bayesian methods; for research in economic forecasting and time series; for applications of research methods in environmental programs; for distinguished and innovative leadership as an educator; and for service to the profession and to the Association. For contributions to survey sampling methodology and evaluation of response errors; for leadership in the development of international educational programs in the United States and in many areas across the world; for pioneering research in the statistical analysis of differentiation in population distribution and characteristics; and for distinguished leadership and service to the profession and to the Association. For extensive writing in statistical theory and applications; for development of curricula in statistics at the undergraduate and graduate levels; for activity in many areas of application, especially biometry and agriculture; for participation in statistical program development in the United States and in other countries; and for distinguished leadership and service to the profession and the Association. For his pioneer contributions to methods and applications of probability sampling in surveys of the labor force, and of population and housing; for developing scientific methods in marketing research; for his influence in the field of survey research methodology; and for his distinguished leadership and service to this Association.

Invited Speaker

Vol. 77, No. 377 (1982)

Lawrence R. Klein, University of Pennsylvania

Vol. 76, No. 373 (1981)

None

Vol. 75, No. 369 (1980)

James T. Bonnen, President's Task Force on Reorg. of the Federal Statistical System

Vol. 74, No. 365 (1979)

W. Allen Wallis, Univ. of Rochester

Vol. 73, No. 361 (1978)

Frederick M. Scherer, Northwestern University

Vol. 72, No. 357 (1977)

W. D. Carey, Exec. Officer, AAAS

Vol. 71, No. 353 (1976)

Sir Maurice Kendall, World Fertility Survey

Vol. 70, No. 349 (1975)

For his outstanding accomplishments in diverse fields of application--in public health, biology, medicine and sampling; for his leadership in governmental and educational programs in statistics; for his profound influence on the statistical profession as a research scientist, educator, administrator and author; and for Donald D. Reid, London School of Hygiene & his distinguished leadership and service to this Association. Tropical Medicine

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Address Title Opponent

A Pedagogical Model of the Macro-economy

Lincoln E. Moses

None

Julius Shiskin

No title

Ingram Olkin

No title

Samuel W. Greenhouse

Statistics for Government Regulation: Penning the Paperwork Tiger Dorothy M. Gilford

Policy Research for Policy Makers

**(1st Opponent) William Kruskal

Statisticians -- Production and Consumption

None

Statistics, Medicine, and Government in Britain

None

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Yr. as Pres. Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation I G Subject Area Allied** JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf * or A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. Joint Date of JSM Place

1973

68th

Hildreth, Clifford G.

University of Minnesota

x

x

133rd

Allied*** December 27-30, 1973

New York City, NY

1972

67th

Shaw, William H.

E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.

x

x

132nd

Joint

August 14-17, 1972

Montreal, PQ, Canada

1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962

66th 65th 64th 63rd 62nd 61st 60th 59th 58th 57th

Eisenhart, Churchill Bancroft, T. A. Eckler, A. Ross Moore, Geoffrey H. Mosteller, Frederick Stephan, Frederick F. Wallis, W. Allen Bowker, Albert H. Bowman, Raymond T. Hauser, Philip M.

National Bureau of Standards Iowa State College U.S. Bureau of the Census National Bureau of Economic Research Harvard University Princeton University University of Chicago City University of New York U.S. Bureau of Budget, Office of Statistical Standards University of Chicago

x x x x x x x x x x x x

x x x

131st 130th 129th 128th x 127th 126th x 125th 124th 123rd 122nd

Joint

August 23-26, 1971

Fort Collins, CO Detroit, MI New York City, NY Pittsburgh, PA Washington, DC Los Angeles, CA Philadelphia, PA Chicago, IL Cleveland, OH Minneapolis, MN

Allied*** December 27-30, 1970 Joint Joint August 19-22, 1969 August 20-23, 1968

Allied*** December 26-30, 1967 Joint Joint August 15-19, 1966 September 8-11, 1965

x

x

Allied*** December 27-30, 1964 Joint Joint September 4-7, 1963 September 7-10, 1962

x

1961

56th

Gainsbrugh, Martin R.

National Industrial Conference Board

x

x

121st

Allied*** December 27-29, 1961

New York City, NY

1960

55th

Hansen, Morris H.

U. S. Bureau of the Census

x

x

120th

Joint

August 23-26, 1960

Stanford, CA

1959

54th

Likert, Rensis

University of Michigan

x

x

119th

Allied*** December 27-30, 1959

Washington, DC

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Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Date of Address

Barbizon Plaza

Expected Utility of Uncertain Ventures

December 28, 1973

Queen Elizabeth

Paradoxes, Problems, and Progress

August 15, 1972

Colorado State University Cobo Hall Statler Hilton Pittsburgh Hilton Sheraton Biltmore Bellevue-Stratford Hotel Sheraton Wade Park Manor Leamington Hotel

The Development of the Concept of the Best Mean of a Set of Measurements from Antiquity to the Present Day August 24, 1971 The American Statistical Association: A Single Scientific and Educational Community Statisticians and Shoemakers Forecasting Short-Term Economic Change Association and Estimation in Contingency Tables The Quality of Statistical Information & Statistical Inference in a Rapidly Changing World Economic Statistics and Economic Policy Quality and Quantity in Higher Education The American Statistical Association and Federal Statistics Statistics and Society December 28, 1970 August 20, 1969 August 21, 1968 December 29, 1967 August 17, 1966 September 9, 1965 December 29, 1964 September 5, 1963 September 8, 1962

Roosevelt

Statistics We Live By

December 28, 1961

Stanford University

Cooperation Among Statistical and Other Societies

August 25, 1960

Shoreham

The Dual Function of Statistics

December 29, 1959

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Address Published Presidential Citation JASA, Journal Vol., #, and (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the Yr. JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.)

Invited Speaker

Vol. 69, No. 345 (1974)

For his many noteworthy contributions in the application of statistical methodology, especially to the advancement of economic knowledge; for his contributions to statistical theory; for his energetic, gifted and creative activity in maintaining high standards of statistical publications and for his leadership and distinguished service to this Association as an officer, Editor, and President. D. Gale Johnson, Univ. of Chicago For his pioneering work on the development of statistical methodology for measuring economic growth, for his contributions to the use and improvement of statistics for economic policy making in government and business, and for his service to this Association as an officer and President. For outstanding contributions to statistical methodology serving laboratory experimentation to the physical and biological sciences, and for his service to this Association as an officer and President. For outstanding contributions to statistics as an educator, and service to this Association as an officer and President. In special recognition as a distinguished statistician, a wise administrator, and for his devoted service as an officer and President. In special recognition as a distinguished statistician, and for his devoted service as an officer and President. In special recognition as a distinguished statistician, for his devoted service as an officer and President. In special recognition of his devoted service as Secretary-Treasurer, Editor of the Journal and President. For outstanding service to the Association as Editor of the Journal and as its President. For outstanding service to the Association and for the development of closer inter-society relations.

Vol. 68, No. 341 (1973)

R. C. Scrivener, President of Bell Canada

John W. Tukey, Princeton University & Bell Labs W. Allen Wallis, University of Rochester George P. Schultz, Secretary of Labor Wilbur J. Cohen, Secretary of Health, Education & Welfare John W. Gardner, Secretary of Health, Education & Welfare Arthur M. Ross, Commissioner of Labor Statistics James H. Lorie, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Patrick C. Suppes, Stanford Univ.

Vol. 66, No. 333 (1971) Vol. 65, No. 329 (1970) Vol. 64, No. 324 (1969) Vol. 63, No. 321 (1968) Vol. 62, No. 317 (1967) Vol. 61, No. 313 (1966) Vol. 60, No. 309 (1965) Vol. 59, No. 305 (1964) Vol. 58, No. 301 (1963)

Vol. 57, No. 297 (1962)

For outstanding service to the Association and in the improvement of statistics. No name in program For outstanding service to the Association over many years. Arthur F. Burns, Columbia University For outstanding service to the American Statistical Association in the organization of programs and developmental work in many fields, and especially in forecasting, culminating in his revival and development during the past decade of the Economic Outlook program. No name in program For outstanding energy and initiative in recognizing new areas for development, in taking positive steps to encourage action within these specialized fields in the Association, and in furthering the closer cooperation of scholarly societies interested in the use and improvement of statistics. Jerzy Neyman, University of California at Berkeley For initiative and leadership in developing closer professional relations among the members of scholarly societies and groups interested in the use and improvement of statistics. None

Vol. 56, No. 293 (1961)

Vol. 55, No. 289 (1960)

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Address Title Opponent

Population, Food and Economic Adjustment

None

The Numbers Game

None

Do Statisticians Have a Future? Statistics in Nonstatistical Contexts No title No title No title Government Statistics in the Age of Computers Some Recent Research on the Prices of Common Stocks Survey of Mathematical Learning Theory No title Some Reflections on the Employment Act

None None None None None None None None None None

No title

None

Indeterminism in Science and the New Demands on the Theory of Statistics

None

None

None

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Yr. as Pres. Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation I G Subject Area Allied** JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf * or A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. Joint Date of JSM Place

1958

53rd

Hoadley, Walter E.

Armstrong Cork Co.

x

x

118th

Allied*** December 27-30, 1958

Chicago, IL

1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919

52nd 51st 50th 49th 48th 47th 46th 45th 44th 43rd 42nd 41st 40th 39th 38th 37th 36th 35th 34th 33rd 32nd 31st 30th 29th 28th 27th 26th 25th 24th 23rd 22nd 21st 20th 19th 18th 17th 16th 15th 14th

Leonard, William R. Cox, Gertrude M. Watkins, Ralph J. Marshall, Herbert Cochran, William G. Wickens, Aryness Joy Reed, Lowell J. Wilks, Samuel S. Kuznets, Simon S. Snedecor, George W. Thorp, Willard L. Lubin, Isador Shewhart, Walter A. Walker, Helen M. Goldenweiser, Emanuel A. Lotka, Alfred J. Riefler, Winfield W. Hayford, F. Leslie Pearl, Raymond Coats, Robert H. Burgess, W. Randolph Davis, Joseph S. King, Willford I. Mills, Frederick C. Rice, Stuart A. Fisher, Irving Ogburn, William F. Rorty, Malcolm B. Wilson, Edwin B. Snyder, Carl Day, Edmund E. Ayres, Leonard P. Chaddock, Robert E. Dublin, Louis I. Persons, Warren M. Rossiter, William S. Doten, Carroll W. Roberts, George E. Hill, Joseph Adna

United Nations, Office of Statistics North Carolina State College Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. Dominion Bureau of Statistics Canada Johns Hopkins University U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Johns Hopkins University, School of Hygiene and Public Health Princeton University University of Pennsylvania Iowa State College Assistant Secretary of State, Dept. of State Confidential Reports, Inc. Bell Telephone Labs. Teachers College, Columbia University Board of Governors, Federal Reserve Sys. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Princeton, Institute of Advanced Studies General Motors Corporation Johns Hopkins University Dominion Bureau of Statistician Canada Federal Reserve Bank of New York Stanford University, Food Rsch. Institute New York University National Bureau of Economic Research U.S. Bureau of the Census Yale University University of Chicago International Telephone & Telegraph Co. Harvard University Federal Reserve Bank of New York University of Michigan Cleveland Trust Company Columbia University Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Darthmouth University U.S. Bureau of the Census Massachusetts Institute of Technology NY National City Bank, Director of the Mint U.S. Bureau of Census

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

x

x

117th 116th 115th 114th 113th 112th 111th 110th 109th 108th 107th 106th 105th 104th

Joint September 10-13, 1957 Joint September 7-10, 1956 Allied*** December 27-30, 1955 Joint September 10-13, 1954 Allied*** December 27-31, 1953 Allied*** December 27-30, 1952 Allied*** December 27-29, 1951 Allied*** December 27-29, 1950 Allied*** December 27-30,1949 Allied*** December 27-29, 1948 Allied*** December 28-30, 1947 ASA January 23-26, 1947 ASA January 24-27, 1946 ASA December 27-29, 1944 cancelled cancelled Allied*** December 27-30, 1941 Allied*** December 26-30, 1940 Allied*** December 27-30, 1939 Allied*** December 27-30, 1938 Allied*** December 27-30, 1937 Allied*** December 28-30, 1936 Allied*** December 27-31, 1935 Allied*** December 26-29, 1934 Allied*** December 27-29, 1933 Allied*** December 28-31, 1932 Allied*** December 28-30,1931 Allied*** December 29-31, 1930 Allied*** December 27-30, 1929 Allied*** December 26-29, 1928 Allied*** December 27-30, 1927 Allied*** December 28-31, 1926 Allied*** December 28-31, 1925 Allied*** December 29-31, 1924 Allied*** December 27-29, 1923 Allied*** December 27-29, 1922 Allied*** December 27-29, 1921 Allied*** December 29-30, 1920 Allied*** December 29-31, 1919

Atlantic City, NJ Detroit, MI New York City, NY Montreal, PQ, Canada Washington, DC Chicago, IL Boston, MA Chicago, IL New York City, NY Cleveland, OH New York City, NY Atlantic City, NJ Cleveland, OH Washington, DC No Meeting W.W.II No Meeting W.W.II New York City, NY Chicago, IL Philadelphia, PA Detroit, MI Atlantic City, NJ Chicago, IL New York City, NY Chicago, IL Philadelphia, PA Cincinnati, OH Washington, DC Cleveland, OH Washington, DC Chicago, IL Washington, DC St. Louis, MO New York City, NY Chicago, IL Washington, DC Chicago, IL Pittsburgh, PA Atlantic City, NJ Chicago, IL

x

x

x

103rd 102nd 101st 100th 99th 98th 97th 96th 95th 94th 93rd 92nd 91st 90th 89th 88th 87th 86th 85th 84th 83rd 82nd 81st

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Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Date of Address

Congress

Statisticians -- Today and Tomorrow

December 29, 1958

Ambassador Sheraton-Cadillac Biltmore Sheraton Mt. Royal Shoreham Palmer House Copley Plaza Congress Biltmore Statler Commodore Chalfonte-Haddon Hall Statler Willard No Meeting W.W.II No Meeting W.W.II Biltmore Stevens Hotel Bellevue-Stratford Hotel Book-Cadillac Haddon Hall Stevens Hall Commodore Hotel Palmer House Hotel Benjamin Franklin Hotel Netherland Plaza Hotel Washington Statler Hotel Hotel Washington Stevens Hotel Hotel Washington Hotel Statler Hotel Pennsylvania

An Outlook Report Statistical Frontiers Confession of Faith: 1955 Canada-Northern Neighbor The Present Structure of the Association Statistics and the Public Interest Man as a Planning Animal Undergraduate Statistical Education Conditions of Statistical Research On a Unique Feature of Statistics Statistics and Foreign Policy Social and Economic Adjustments in a Democratic World The Advancing Statistical Front The Role of the American Statistical Association Research and Policy 2/ Some Reflections -- Statistical and Other -- on a Non-Material Universe 1/ Government and the Statistician An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Statisticians The Aging of Populations* Science and Society The Statistical Equivalent of Gold Statistics and Social Engineering Consolidating Our Gains Statistics and Leviathan Statistical Opportunities and Responsibilities Statistics in the Service of Economics Statistics and Art Statistics and the Scientific Method Mathematics and Statistics The Problem of Prosperity The Role of Statistics in Business Forecasting The Dilemma of the New Statistics The Function of Statistics in Undergraduate Training The Statistician and the Population Problem Some Fundamental Concepts of Statistics The Adventure of Population Growth Statistics in the Service of Economics No title The Essentials of a Good Census

September 12, 1957 September 9, 1956 December 29, 1955 September 11, 1954 December 28, 1953 December 28, 1952 December 27, 1951 December 28, 1950 December 28, 1949 December 28, 1948 December 29, 1947 January 25, 1947 January 26, 1946 December 27, 1944 No Meeting W.W.II No Meeting W.W.II December 29, 1941 December 27, 1940 December 29, 1939 December 28, 1938 December 28, 1937 December 29, 1936 December 30, 1935 December 28, 1934 December 28, 1933 December 29, 1932 December 29, 1931 December 31, 1930 December 28, 1929 December 27, 1928 December 28, 1927 December 29, 1926 December 28, 1925 December 29, 1924 December 27, 1923 December 27, 1922 December 27, 1921 December 29, 1920 December 29, 1919 Page 26, 11/27/2009, 10:39 PM

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Address Published Presidential Citation JASA, Journal Vol., #, and (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the Yr. JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.) In special recognition of extraordinary service to the Association in a year of numerous activities. He has furthered the development of its professional service in many fields, stimulated a program of balanced publications, encouraged greater participation of its Chapters and Sections, developed closer inter-association liaison and stimulated research and scholarly discussion in the many activates in which the Association is engaged. (1st Presidential Citation) The foresighted policies developed during his term were the culmination of years of active participation in the professional and administrative affairs of the Association. None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None

Invited Speaker

Vol. 54, No. 285 (1959)

None

Vol. 53, No. 281 (1958) Vol. 52, No. 277 (1957) Vol. 51, No. 273 (1956) Vol. 50, No. 269 (1955) Vol. 49, No. 265 (1954) Vol. 48, No. 261 (1953) Vol. 47, No. 257 (1952) Vol. 46, No. 253 (1951) Vol. 45, No. 249 (1950) Vol. 44, No. 245 (1949) Vol. 43, No. 241 (1948) Vol. 42, No. 237 (1947) Vol. 41, No. 233 (1946) Vol. 40, No. 229 (1945) Vol. 39, No. 225 (1944) Vol. 38, No. 221 (1943) Vol. 37, No. 217 (1942) Vol. 36, No. 213 (1941) Vol. 35, No. 209 (1940) Vol. 34, No. 205 (1939) Vol. 33, No. 201 (1938) Vol. 32, No. 197 (1937) Vol. 31, No. 193 (1936) Vol. 30, No. 189 (1935) Vol. 29, No. 185 (1934) Vol. 28, No. 181 (1933) Vol. 27, No. 177 (1932) Vol. 26, No. 173 (1931) Vol. 25, No. 169 (1930) Vol. 24, No. 165 (1929) Vol. 23, No. 161 (1928) Vol. 22, No. 157 (1927) Vol. 21, No. 153 (1926) Vol. 20, No. 149 (1925) Vol. 19, No. 145 (1924) Vol. 18, No. 141 (1923) Vol. 18, No. 137 (1922) Vol. 17, No. 133 (1921) Vol. 17, No. 129 (1920)

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Yr. as Pres. 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1897 1896 1895 1894 1893 1892 1891 1890 1889 1888 1887 1886 1885 1884 1883 1882 1881 1880 1879 1878 1877 1876 1875 1874 1873 1872 1871 Catagory # Pres 13th 12th 11th 10th 9th 9th 8th 7th 6th 5th Name of President Mitchell, Wesley C. Young, Allyn A. Neill, Charles P. Durand, E. Dana Koren, John Koren, John Willcox, Walter F. Hoffman, Frederick L. North, S. N. D. Wright, Carroll D. Affiliation Columbia University Cornell University Catholic University of America U.S. Department of Commerce I G Subject Area JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. x 80th x 79th x 78th x 77th 76th 75th x 74th x 73rd x 72nd 71st x 70th 69th 68th 67th 66th 65th 64th 63rd 62nd 61st 60th 59th 58th x 57th 56th 55th 54th 53rd 52nd 51st 50th 49th 48th 47th 46th 45th 44th x 43rd 42nd 41st 40th 39th 38th 37th 36th 35th 34th 33rd 32nd Allied** Date of JSM * or Joint Allied*** December 27-28, 1918 Allied*** December 27-29, 1917 Allied*** December 27-29, 1916 Allied*** December 28-30, 1915 Allied*** December 28-31, 1914 Allied*** February 13-14, 1914 Allied*** December 27-31, 1912 Allied*** December 28-29, 1911 Allied*** December 28-30, 1910 Allied*** December 27-30, 1909 Allied*** December 28-31, 1908 Allied*** January 17, 1908 Allied*** January 18, 1907 Allied*** January 19, 1906 Allied*** January 24, 1905 Allied*** January 22, 1904 Allied*** January 16, 1903 Allied*** January 20, 1902 Allied*** January 18, 1901 Allied*** January 19, 1900 Allied*** January 20, 1899 Allied*** January 21, 1898 Allied*** January 15, 1897 Allied*** January 17, 1896 Allied*** January 18, 1895 Allied*** January 14, 1894 Allied*** February 10, 1893 Allied*** January 22, 1892 Allied*** January 31, 1891 Allied*** January 24, 1890 Allied*** January 25, 1889 Allied*** January 24, 1888 Allied*** January 21, 1887 Allied*** January 15, 1886 Allied*** January 16, 1885 Allied*** January 18, 1884 Allied*** January 19, 1883 Allied*** January 20, 1882 Allied*** January 21, 1881 Allied*** January 16, 1880 Allied*** January 17, 1879 Allied*** January 18, 1878 Allied*** January 19, 1877 Allied*** January 21, 1876 Allied*** January 15, 1875 Allied*** January 16, 1874 Allied*** January 17, 1873 Allied*** January 21, 1872 Allied*** January 20, 1871 Place Richmond, VA Philadelphia, PA Columbus, OH Washington, DC Princeton, NJ Boston, MA Boston, MA Washington, DC St. Louis, MO New York City, NY Atlantic City, NJ Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA

x

Cornell University Prudential Insurance Company U.S. Bureau of the Census U.S. Commissioner of Labor

x x x

4th

Walker, Francis A.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

3rd

Jarvis, Edward

Practicing and consulting physician. Member of Commission to inquire into the number and condition of the insane in Massachusetts resulted in appropriation for a new hospital (there is no indication how long it took the commission to complete the inquiry). In 1860 he became a consulting physician until his death in 1884

x

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Hotel JSM Theme Presidential Address Title Statistics and Government National Statistics in War and Peace Opportunities for Practical Work by the Statistical Association The Emergence of Unearned Increment Some Statistical Ideals (75th Anniversary) The American Statistical Association, 1839 - 1914 The Need of Social Statistics as an Aid to the Courts No title Fifty Years of Life Insurance Progress (Given by Frederick L. Hoffman, Vice President of ASA) The Outlook for American Statistics (Given by Walter F. Willcox, Vice President of ASA) The Relation of Statistics to Economics and Sociology (Given by S. N. D. North, Vice President of ASA) (1st Presidential Address) A brief historical statement of the origin and work of the Association none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none Date of Address December 27, 1918 December 27, 1917 December 28, 1916 December 28, 1915 December 28, 1914 February 13, 1914 December 28, 1912 December 28, 1911 December 28, 1910 December 27, 1909 December 28, 1908 January 17, 1908 None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None Page 30, 11/27/2009, 10:39 PM

Bellevue-Stratford Hotel

Haddon Hall

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Address Published JASA, Journal Vol., #, and Yr. Vol. 16, No. 125 (1919) Vol. 16, No. 121 (1918) Vol. 15, No. 117 (1917) Vol. 15, No. 113 (1916) Vol. 14, No. 109 (1915) Vol. 14, No. 105 (1914) Vol. 13, No. 101 (1913) Vol. 13, No. 97 (1912) Vol. 12, No. 93 (1911) Vol. 12, No. 89 (1910) Vol. 11, No. 85 (1909) Vol. 11, No. 81 (1908) None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None Presidential Citation (Year in citation is year of operation as an association, which adds 1 to the JSM Year. Citation presentations began in 1957.) None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None None

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Yr. as Pres. 1870 1869 1868 1867 1866 1865 1864 1863 1862 1861 1860 1859 1858 1857 1856 1855 1854 1853 1852 1851 1850 1849 1848 1847 1846 1845 1844 1843 1842 1841 1840 1839 Catagory # Pres Name of President Affiliation I G Subject Area JSM # Bus/ Ph/Lf A Soc. Sci. Econ Sci. 31st 30th 29th 28th 27th 26th 25th 24th 23rd 22nd 21st 20th 19th 18th 17th 16th 15th 14th 13th x 12th 11th 10th 9th 8th 7th x 6th 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st None Allied** Date of JSM * or Joint Allied*** January 21, 1870 Allied*** January 15, 1869 Allied*** January 17, 1868 Allied*** January 29, 1867 Allied*** January 19, 1866 Allied*** January 20, 1865 Allied*** January 15, 1864 Allied*** January 16, 1863 Allied*** January 17, 1862 Allied*** January 18, 1861 Allied*** January 10, 1860 Allied*** January 12, 1859 Allied*** January 20, 1858 Allied*** January 14, 1857 Allied*** January 9, 1856 Allied*** January 10, 1855 Allied*** January 11, 1854 Allied*** January 12, 1853 Allied*** January 14, 1852 Allied*** January 18, 1851 Allied*** January 9, 1850 Allied*** January 10, 1849 Allied*** January 12, 1848 Allied*** January 13, 1847 Allied*** January 14, 1846 Allied*** January 8, 1845 Allied*** February 7, 1844 Allied*** February 1, 1843 Allied*** February 9, 1842 Allied*** February 24, 1841 Allied*** February 5, 1840 Place Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA None

2nd

Shattuck, George C.

Physician. As a Social Services champion, chaired a commission to suggest a plan for a sanitary survey of Massachusetts. Proposed his Plan for Sanitary Survey of Massachusetts be executed by a State Board of Health. Lawyer and Congressman

x

1st

Fletcher, Richard

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Yr. as 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 # Pres 106th 105th 104th 103rd 102nd 101st 100th 99th 98th 97th 96th 95th 94th 93rd 92nd 91st 90th 89th 88th 87th Name of President Geller, Nancy Pantula, Sastry Morton, Sally Lachenbruch, Peter A. Bock, Mary Ellen Keller-McNulty, Sallie Scheuren, Fritz J. Efron, Bradley Mason, Robert L. Straf, Miron L. Scheaffer, Richard L. O'Fallon, W. Michael Ellenberg, Jonas H. Moore, David S. Kettenring, Jon R. Billard, Lynne Gail, Mitchell H. Iman, Ronald L. Hunter, J. Stuart Wallman, Katherine K. Biography NANCY L. GELLER Present Position: Director, Office of Biostatistics SASTRY G. PANTULA Present Position: Head, Department of Statistics, and SALLY A. MORTON, Present Position: Vice President for Statistics and PETER A. LACHENBRUCH, Present Position: Retired, consultant, 2005. PartMARY ELLEN BOCK, Present Position: Department of Statistics, Purdue SALLIE KELLER-McNULTY, Present Position: Group Leader, Statistical FRITZ J. SCHEUREN, Present Position: I am currently the Vice-president for BRADLEY EFRON, Present Position: Professor of Statistics and Biostatistics, ROBERT L. MASON, Present Position: Staff Analyst, Southwest Research MIRON L. STRAF, Present Position: Deputy Director, Commission on RICHARD L. SCHEAFFER, Present Position: Professor Emeritus, University of W. MICHAEL O'FALLON, Present Position: Chair, Dept of Health Sci. Res., JONAS H. ELLENBERG, Present Position: Vice President and Senior DAVID S. MOORE, Present Position: Professor of Statistics, Purdue University, JON R. KETTENRING, Present Position: Executive Director, Software LYNNE BILLARD, Present Position: University Professor and Professor of MICHELL H. GAIL, Present Position: Head, Epidemiologic Methods Section, RONALD L. IMAN, Present Position: Distinguished Member of the Technical J. STEWART HUNTER, Present Position: Retired, Professor Emeritus, 1982KATHERINE K. WALLMAN, Present Position: Chief Statistician in the Office

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Yr. as Pres. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967

# Pres 106th 105th 104th 103rd 102nd 101st 100th 99th 98th 97th 96th 95th 94th 93rd 92nd 91st 90th 89th 88th 87th 86th 85th 84th 83rd 82nd 81st 80th 79th 78th 77th 76th 75th 74th 73rd 72nd 71st 70th 69th 68th 67th 66th 65th 64th 63rd 62nd

Name of President Geller, Nancy L. Pantula, Sastry G. Morton, Sally C.

Affiliation Director, Office of Biostatistics Research, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Head, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University Vice President for Statistics and Epidemiolgy, RTI International Consultant, U.S. Food and Drug Administration Purdue University Los Alamos National Laboratory NORC (National Organization for Research at University of Chicago) Stanford University Southwest Research Institute National Science Foundation University of Florida Mayo Clinic Westat Purdue University Bellcore University of Georgia National Cancer Institute Sandia National Laboratories Princeton University Ofc. Of Mgmt. & Budget, Exec. Ofc. Of the President University of Chicago General Motors Corporation U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics University of Iowa U.S. Bureaus of the Census E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. University of Georgia Yale University University of Kentucky University of Chicago Florida State University National Academy of Science, National Research Council, Committee on National Statistics Texas A&M University University of Wisconsin University of Michigan, Institute of Social Research Colorado State University Audits & Surveys Co., Inc. George Washington University University of Minnesota E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. National Bureau of Standards Iowa State College U.S. Bureau of the Census National Bureau of Economic Research Harvard University

Lachenbruch, Peter A. Bock, Mary Ellen
Keller-McNulty, Sallie Scheuren, Fritz J. Efron, Bradley Mason, Robert L. Straf, Miron L. Scheaffer, Richard L. O'Fallon, W. Michael Ellenberg, Jonas H. Moore, David S. Kettenring, Jon R. Billard, Lynne Gail, Mitchell H. Iman, Ronald L. Hunter, J. Stuart Wallman, Katherine K. Zellner, Arnold Barabba, Vincent P. Norwood, Janet L. Hogg, Robert V. Bailar, Barbara A. Marquardt, Donald W. Neter, John Savage, I. Richard Anderson, Richard L. Kruskal, William H. Bradley, Ralph A. Martin, Margaret E. Hartley, Herman Otto Box, George E. P. Kish, Leslie Graybill, Franklin A. Frankel, Lester R. Cornfield, Jerome Hildreth, Clifford G. Shaw, William H. Eisenhart, Churchill Bancroft, T. A. Eckler, A. Ross Moore, Geoffrey H. Mosteller, Frederick

1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916

61st 60th 59th 58th 57th 56th 55th 54th 53rd 52nd 51st 50th 49th 48th 47th 46th 45th 44th 43rd 42nd 41st 40th 39th 38th 37th 36th 35th 34th 33rd 32nd 31st 30th 29th 28th 27th 26th 25th 24th 23rd 22nd 21st 20th 19th 18th 17th 16th 15th 14th 13th 12th 11th

Stephan, Frederick F. Wallis, W. Allen Bowker, Albert H. Bowman, Raymond T. Hauser, Philip M. Gainsbrugh, Martin R. Hansen, Morris H. Likert, Rensis Hoadley, Walter E. Leonard, William R. Cox, Gertrude M. Watkins, Ralph J. Marshall, Herbert Cochran, William G. Wickens, Aryness Joy Reed, Lowell J. Wilks, Samuel S. Kuznets, Simon S. Snedecor, George W. Thorp, Willard L. Lubin, Isador Shewhart, Walter A. Walker, Helen M. Goldenweiser, Emanuel A. Lotka, Alfred J. Riefler, Winfield W. Hayford, F. Leslie Pearl, Raymond Coats, Robert H. Burgess, W. Randolph Davis, Joseph S. King, Willford I. Mills, Frederick C. Rice, Stuart A. Fisher, Irving Ogburn, William F. Rorty, Malcolm B. Wilson, Edwin B. Snyder, Carl Day, Edmund E. Ayres, Leonard P. Chaddock, Robert E. Dublin, Louis I. Persons, Warren M. Rossiter, William S. Doten, Carroll W. Roberts, George E. Hill, Joseph Adna Mitchell, Wesley C. Young, Allyn A. Neill, Charles P.

Princeton University University of Chicago City University of New York U.S. Bureau of Budget, Office of Statistical Standards University of Chicago National Industrial Conference Board U. S. Bureau of the Census University of Michigan Armstrong Cork Co. United Nations, Office of Statistics North Carolina State College Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. Dominion Bureau of Statistics Canada Johns Hopkins University U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Johns Hopkins University, School of Hygiene and Public Health Princeton University University of Pennsylvania Iowa State College Assistant Secretary of State, Dept. of State Confidential Reports, Inc. Bell Telephone Labs. Teachers College, Columbia University Board of Governors, Federal Reserve Sys. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Princeton, Institute of Advanced Studies General Motors Corporation Johns Hopkins University Dominion Bureau of Statistician Canada Federal Reserve Bank of New York Stanford University, Food Rsch. Institute New York University National Bureau of Economic Research U.S. Bureau of the Census Yale University University of Chicago International Telephone & Telegraph Co. Harvard University Federal Reserve Bank of New York University of Michigan Cleveland Trust Company Columbia University Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Darthmouth University U.S. Bureau of the Census Massachusetts Institute of Technology NY National City Bank, Director of the Mint U.S. Bureau of Census Columbia University Cornell University Catholic University of America

1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1897 1896 1895 1894 1893 1892 1891 1890 1889 1888 1887 1886 1885 1884 1883 1882 1881 1880 1879 1878 1877 1876 1875 1874 1873 1872 1871 1870 1869 1868 1867 1866 1865

10th 9th 8th 7th 6th 5th

Durand, E. Dana Koren, John Willcox, Walter F. Hoffman, Frederick L. North, S. N. D. Wright, Carroll D.

U.S. Department of Commerce

Cornell University Prudential Insurance Company U.S. Bureau of the Census U.S. Commissioner of Labor

4th

Walker, Francis A.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

3rd

Jarvis, Edward

Practicing and consulting physician. Member of Commission to inquire into the number and condition of the insane in Massachusetts resulted in appropriation for a new hospital (there is no indication how long it took the commission to complete the inquirey). In 1860 he became a consulting physician until his death in 1884

1864 1863 1862 1861 1860 1859 1858 1857 1856 1855 1854 1853 1852 1851 1850 1849 1848 1847 1846 1845 1844 1843 1842 1841 1840 1839

2nd

Shattuck, George C.

A printer and bookseller. As a Social Services champion, chaired a commission to suggest a plan for a sanitary survey of Massachusetts. Proposed his Plan for Sanitary Survey of Massachusetts be executed by a State Board of Health. Lawyer and Congressman

1st

Fletcher, Richard

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History of ASA Joint Statistical Meetings
Yr 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 JSM # 175th 174th 173rd 172nd 171st 170th 169th 168th 167th 166th 165th 164th 163rd 162nd 161st 160th 159th 158th 157th 156th 155th 154th 153rd 152nd 151st 150th 149th 148th 147th 146th 145th 144th 143rd 142nd 141st 140th 139th Attend Allied ance or Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Joint Date of JSM Place Hotel

August 2 - 7, 2014 August 3 - 8, 2013 July 28 - August 2, 2012 July 30 - August 4, 2011 August 1-5, 2010 August 2-6, 2009 August 3-7, 2008 August 5-9, 2007 August 6-10, 2006 August 7-11, 2005 August 8-12, 2004 August 3-7, 2003 August 11-15, 2002 August 5-9, 2001 August 13-17, 2000 August 8-12, 1999 August 9-13, 1998 August 10-14, 1997 August 4-8, 1996 August 13-17, 1995 August 13-18, 1994 August 8-12, 1993 August 9-13, 1992 August 18-22, 1991 August 6-9, 1990 August 6-10, 1989 August 22-25, 1988 August 17-20, 1987 August 18-21, 1986 August 5-8, 1985 August 13-16, 1984 August 15-18, 1983 August 16-19, 1982 August 10-13, 1981 August 11-14, 1980 August 13-16, 1979

Boston, MA Montreal, Quebec, Canada San Diego, CA Miami Beach, FL Vancouver, BC Washington, DC Denver, CO Salt Lake City, UT Seattle, WA Minneapolis, MN Toronto, Canada San Francisco, CA New York City, NY Atlanta, GA Indianapolis, IN Baltimore, MD Dallas, TX Anaheim, CA Chicago, IL Orlando, FL Toronto, Canada San Francisco, CA Boston, MA Atlanta, GA Anaheim, CA Washington, DC New Orleans, LA San Francisco, CA Chicago, IL Las Vegas, NV Philadelphia, PA Toronto, Canada Cincinnati, OH Detroit, MI Houston, TX Washington, DC

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center Montreal Convention Center San Diego Convention Center South Beach Convention Center Convention Center (CC) Convention Center Hyatt/CC Grand/Little America/CC Sheraton/CC Hilton/CC Fairmont Royal York/CC Hilton/Parc 55/Nikko Hilton/Sheraton Marriott/Hilton Westin/CC Hyatt/CC Loews Anatole Hilton/Marriott Hyatt Dolphin/Swan Sheraton Center Hilton/Parc 55 Marriott/Sheraton Marriott/Hilton Hilton/Marriott Sheraton/Omni Marriott/Sheraton Hilton/Ramada Palmer House MGM Grand Wyndom Franklin Plaza Sheraton Center CC/Stouffer Detroit Plaza Shamrock Hilton Washington Hilton Page 45 of 57

6,804 5,592 5,186 6,034 5,157 5,138 5,500 5,444 4,038 3,634 4,900 3,824 4,215 4,733 3,792 4,450 4,854 4,377 3,727 3,471 4,893 4,089 4,508

3,265 2,803 2,400 2,100 2,168 3,219

History of ASA Joint Statistical Meetings
1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 138th 137th 136th 135th 134th 133rd 132nd 131st 130th 129th 128th 127th 126th 125th 124th 123rd 122nd 121st 120th 119th 118th 117th 116th 115th 114th 113th 112th 111th 110th 109th 108th 107th 106th 105th 104th 2,650 Joint 2,200 Joint 2,280 Joint Joint Joint Allied Joint 1,227 Joint Allied Joint Joint Allied Joint Joint Allied Joint Joint Allied Joint Allied Allied Joint Joint Allied Joint Joint Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied August 14-17, 1978 August 15-18, 1977 August 23-26, 1976 August 25-28, 1975 August 26-29, 1974 December 27-30, 1973 August 14-17, 1972 August 23-26, 1971 December 27-30, 1970 August 19-22, 1969 August 20-23, 1968 December 26-30, 1967 August 15-19, 1966 September 8-11, 1965 December 27-30, 1964 September 4-7, 1963 September 7-10, 1962 December 27-30, 1961 August 23-26, 1960 December 27-30, 1959 December 27-30, 1958 September 10-13, 1957 September 7-10, 1956 December 27-29, 1955 September 10-13, 1954 December 27-31, 1953 December 27-30, 1952 December 27-29, 1951 December 27-29, 1950 December 27-30,1949 December 27-29, 1948 December 28-30, 1947 January 23-27, 1947 January 24-27, 1946 December 27-29, 1944 cancelled cancelled December 27-30, 1941 December 26-30, 1940 December 27-30, 1939 San Diego, CA Chicago, IL Boston, MA Atlanta, GA St. Louis, MO New York City, NY Montreal, Canada Fort Collins, CO Detroit, MI New York City, NY Pittsburgh, PA Washington, DC Los Angeles, CA Philadelphia, PA Chicago, IL Cleveland, OH Minneapolis, MN New York City, NY Stanford, CA Washington, DC Chicago, IL Atlantic City, NJ Detroit, MI New York City, NY Montreal, Canada Washington, DC Chicago, IL Boston, MA Chicago, IL New York City, NY Cleveland, OH New York City, NY Atlantic City, NJ Cleveland, OH Washington, DC No Meeting W.W.II No Meeting W.W.II New York City, NY Chicago, IL Philadelphia, PA Town & Country Pick Congress Sheraton-Boston Hyatt Regency Park Plaza Barbizon Plaza Queen Elizabeth Colorado State University Cobo Hall Statler Hilton Pittsburgh Hilton Sheraton Biltmore Bellevue-Stratford Hotel Sheraton Wade Park Manor Leamington Hotel Roosevelt Stanford University Shoreham Congress Ambassador Sheraton-Cadillac Biltmore Sheraton Mt. Royal Shoreham Palmer House Copley Plaza Congress Biltmore Statler Commodore Haddon Hall Statler Willard No Meeting W.W.II No Meeting W.W.II Biltmore Stevens Hotel Bellevue-Stratford Hotel Page 46 of 57

103rd 102nd 101st

History of ASA Joint Statistical Meetings
1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 100th 99th 98th 97th 96th 95th 94th 93rd 92nd 91st 90th 89th 88th 87th 86th 85th 84th 83rd 82nd 81st 80th 79th 78th 77th 76th 75th 74th 73rd 72nd 71st 70th 69th 68th 67th 66th 65th 64th 63rd 62nd 61st Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied December 27-30, 1938 December 27-30, 1937 December 28-30, 1936 December 27-31, 1935 December 26-29, 1934 December 27-29, 1933 December 28-31, 1932 December 28-31,1931 December 29-31, 1930 December 27-30, 1929 December 26-29, 1928 December 27-30, 1927 December 28-31, 1926 December 28-31, 1925 December 29-31, 1924 December 27-29, 1923 December 27-29, 1922 December 27-29, 1921 December 29-30, 1920 December 29-31, 1919 December 27-28, 1918 December 27-29, 1917 December 27-29, 1916 December 28-30, 1915 December 28-31, 1914 February 13-14, 1914 December 27-31, 1912 December 28-29, 1911 December 28-30, 1910 December 27-30, 1909 December 28-31, 1908 January 17, 1908 January 18, 1907 January 19, 1906 January 24, 1905 January 22, 1904 January 16, 1903 January 20, 1902 January 18, 1901 January 19, 1900 Detroit, MI Atlantic City, NJ Chicago, IL New York City, NY Chicago, IL Philadelphia, PA Cincinnati, OH Washington, DC Cleveland, OH Washington, DC Chicago, IL Washington, DC St. Louis, MO New York City, NY Chicago, IL Washington, DC Chicago, IL Pittsburgh, PA Atlantic City, NJ Chicago, IL Richmond, VA Philadelphia, PA Columbus, OH Washington, DC Princeton, NJ Boston, MA Boston, MA Washington, DC St. Louis, MO New York City, NY Atlantic City, NJ Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Book-Cadillac Haddon Hall Stevens Hall Commodore Hotel Palmer House Hotel Benjamin Franklin Hotel Netherland Plaza Hotel Washington Statler Hotel Hotel Washington Stevens Hotel Hotel Washington Hotel Statler Hotel Pennsylvania

Bellevue-Stratford Hotel

Haddon Hall

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History of ASA Joint Statistical Meetings
1899 1898 1897 1896 1895 1894 1893 1892 1891 1890 1889 1888 1887 1886 1885 1884 1883 1882 1881 1880 1879 1878 1877 1876 1875 1874 1873 1872 1871 1870 1869 1868 1867 1866 1865 1864 1863 1862 1861 1860 60th 59th 58th 57th 56th 55th 54th 53rd 52nd 51st 50th 49th 48th 47th 46th 45th 44th 43rd 42nd 41st 40th 39th 38th 37th 36th 35th 34th 33rd 32nd 31st 30th 29th 28th 27th 26th 25th 24th 23rd 22nd 21st Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied January 20, 1899 January 21, 1898 January 15, 1897 January 17, 1896 January 18, 1895 January 14, 1894 February 10, 1893 January 22, 1892 January 31, 1891 January 24, 1890 January 25, 1889 January 24, 1888 January 21, 1887 January 15, 1886 January 16, 1885 January 18, 1884 January 19, 1883 January 20, 1882 January 21, 1881 January 16, 1880 January 17, 1879 January 18, 1878 January 19, 1877 January 21, 1876 January 15, 1875 January 16, 1874 January 17, 1873 January 21, 1872 January 20, 1871 January 21, 1870 January 15, 1869 January 17, 1868 January 29, 1867 January 19, 1866 January 20, 1865 January 15, 1864 January 16, 1863 January 17, 1862 January 18, 1861 January 10, 1860 Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Page 48 of 57

History of ASA Joint Statistical Meetings
1859 1858 1857 1856 1855 1854 1853 1852 1851 1850 1849 1848 1847 1846 1845 1844 1843 1842 1841 1840 1839 20th 19th 18th 17th 16th 15th 14th 13th 12th 11th 10th 9th 8th 7th 6th 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st None Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied Allied January 12, 1859 January 20, 1858 January 14, 1857 January 9, 1856 January 10, 1855 January 11, 1854 January 12, 1853 January 14, 1852 January 18, 1851 January 9, 1850 January 10, 1849 January 12, 1848 January 13, 1847 January 14, 1846 January 8, 1845 February 7, 1844 February 1, 1843 February 9, 1842 February 24, 1841 February 5, 1840 Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA Boston, MA None

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Sept 2000 W. Edwards Deming Florence Nightingale Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace Gertrude M. Cox Herman Hollerith Sept 2001 Samuel W. Greenhouse Oscar Kempthorne Jerzy Neyman John Wilder Tukey Helen Walker Sept 2002 Florence Nightingale David Harold Hotelling Leslie Kish Frederick Mosteller Sept 2003 Richard L. Anderson David H. Blackwell William G. Cochran Irving John (Jack) Good Isobel Loutit Sept 2004 Egon S. Pearson Dorothy P. Rice George W. Snedecor Samuel S. Wilks William J. (Jack) Youden Sept 2005 Louis Israel Dublin Gilbert W. Beebe Herman Otto (H.O.) Hartley Janet L. Norwood Wray Jackson Smith

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Notes (Significant Events Associated with the ASA Meetings)

1839: Minutes from the December 11th, 1939 meeting have the draft of the Constitution, in which Article VII states: The So 1840: The February 5, 1840 meeting first referral to the "annual" meeting. Initially the Association met quarterly in January, April, July, and October with a few exceptions. It wasn't until January 29, 1867 that the first meeting of each successive year was annotatedheld outside of Boston. It was at Atlantic City, NJ. 1908: Marks the first time the annual meeting was as the "annual" meeting. While the Association continued 1926: WSS "officially" established. 1941: First mention of a registration fee of $1.00, in 1951 it was $2.00. 1941: First mention of exhibitors. There were 8. Exhibitors became part of the standard meeting in the 50's. 1944: Marks the first Program Committee as we know it today. 1952: First mention of Placement Service. ASA began running Placement Service in 1983. 1960: ASA had two meetings, one "Joint Meetings" was August 23-26, 1960 in Standord University, Stanford, California, with ENAR, WNAR, Econometric Society, IMS, Western Economic Assn., and Western Farm Economics Assn., and two "Allied Social Science Associations" was December 27-30, 1960, in St. Louis, Misouri,1974: Academy of Management, American Assn. of University, Teahcers of Insurance, American Prior to with ASA had "Allied Social Science Associations Meetings" with any combination of the following organizations: Academy of Management, American Assn. of University, American Economic Assn., American Agricultural Economic Assn., (earlier referred to as "Farm Economic"), National Association of Marketing Teachers (later referred to as "American Marketing Assn."), American Assn. for Labor Legislation, American Finance Assn. (earlier referred to as "American Accounting Assn.), Catholic Economic Assn., Teachers of Law in Collegiate SchoolshadBusiness, Tax Policy League, Assn. The Biometric SocietyThe Biometric SocietyNorth 1974 forward: ASA of "Joint Statistical Meetings" with of Social Economics, Eastern and Western Ameican Regions, of Presidents of Statistical Societies (COPSS) established the R.A. Fisher Lectureship, which 1963: Committee and IMS. became part of The ASA JSM Program. Canada (SSC) was only a cosponsor of the Joint Statistical Meetings Prior to 1995: the Statistical Society of when meetings LecturerCanada. Under the new agreementwith Brian 1995, they became a first partner for every 1996: Deming were in was added to ASA JSM Program signed in Joiner receiving the full award.

Notes (Significant Events Associated with the ASA Meetings)

Article VII states: The Society shall meet annually in the City of Boston on the first Wednesday in February, to hear the report of the Board

Notes (Significant Events Associated with the ASA Meetings)

uary, to hear the report of the Board of Directors and of the Treasurer and of the Librarian, to elect officers and to transact other necessary

Notes (Significant Events Associated with the ASA Meetings)

cers and to transact other necessary business, and also at such other times as the Board of Directors shall appoint. Ten Fellows shall be nec

Notes (Significant Events Associated with the ASA Meetings)

all appoint. Ten Fellows shall be necessary to form a quorum for transacting business, but a less number may adjourn a meeting.

Notes (Significant Events Associated with the ASA Meetings)

er may adjourn a meeting.


				
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