The Statistics Club (aka Stat Club) is an organization of undergraduate and graduate statistics students at USC. The club is established as a cornerstone of the statistics community on campus. Stat Club is a social organization and anyone interested in statistics is eligible to join.
Here are some reasons why you might want to join:
- Learn about careers in statistics in both academia and industry.
- Get to know professors and potential employers during frequent Stat Club activities.
- Take part in recreational activities such as trips to Clemson and Charleston as well as picnicking and hiking.
If you are interested in joining, contact faculty advisor Dewei Wang.
Some Recent Activities:
- Math/Stat Career Night (with Mu Sigma Rho and Pi Mu Epsilon) with representatives from UNUM/Colonial Life and Blue Cross/Blue Shield, March 2012.
- Stat/Math Picnic and Canoe Trip at Congaree National Park (with Mu Sigma Rho and Pi Mu Epsilon), March 2009.
- Statistics Career Night, March 2009.
- Actuarial Career Talk with local actuary Randy Finn, November 2008.
- Haunted House visit, October 2008.
- Pizza Social and Faculty vs. Students Putt-Putt Challenge, March 2008.
- Lights Before Christmas at Riverbanks Zoo, December 2007.
- Statistics Career Night, March 2007.
- Field Trip to South Carolina ASA meeting and tour of Charleston, March 2007.
- Haunted Cornfield Social, November 2006.
- Pizza and Putt-Putt Social (with Mu Sigma Rho), September 2006.
- ASA Membership Recruiting Session, March 2006.
- Job Search Discussion Forum, March 2006.
- Field Trip to see Christmas Lights at the Zoo, December 2005.
- Pizza and Bowling Social (with Mu Sigma Rho), September 2005.