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Suggested Citation:"Part I." National Research Council. 1994. Modern Interdisciplinary University Statistics Education: Proceedings of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2355.
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Part I
What the Customer Needs in Statisticians

Session Chair: Jerome Sacks

National Institute of Statistical Sciences

The Content of Courses, and Educational Experiences: What Should They Be to Address the Customer's Needs?

Session Chair: James M. Landwehr

AT&T Bell Laboratories

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This book examines how the discipline of statistics should respond to the changing environment in which statisticians work. What does the academic, industry, and government customer need? How can the content of courses and of the overall statistics educational experience be arranged to address the customer's needs? Interdisciplinary needs are described, and successful university programs in interdisciplinary statistics are detailed.

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