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BYU statistics professor receives top honor from Texas A&M

A professor in the Department of Statistics at Brigham Young University will be honored with the H.O. Hartley Award at the Joint Statistical Meeting in Minneapolis Monday, Aug. 8.

Scott Grimshaw is the 2005 recipient of the Hartley Award given by the Texas A&M University Department of Statistics for distinguished service to the profession.

Grimshaw is an alumnus of Texas A&M, where he received his doctorate in statistics under the direction of Emanuel Parzen.

According to the citation, Grimshaw’s career has included distinguished service as well as excellence in teaching, research and consulting.

His research has been focused on developing new statistical methodology to provide solutions to real-world problems.

For more information regarding the award or its recipient, contact Scott Grimshaw at (801) 422-6251.

Writer: James McCoy

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