Jacqueline Hughes: 2017 Rubin talk
Jacqueline M. Hughes-Oliver earned her PhD in Statistics from NC State in 1991, following a BA in Mathematics from the University of Cincinnati in 1986. After one year at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Hughes-Oliver returned to NC State where she transitioned through the usual academic ranks.
From 2005 to 2009, Dr. Hughes-Oliver was Director of the Exploratory Center for Cheminformatics Research at NC State. Her methodological research focuses on prediction and classification, analysis of high-dimensional data, variable and model selection with dimension reduction, design and analysis of pooling or mixture experiments, optimal design, and spatial modeling.
Dr. Hughes-Oliver is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and was awarded the 2014 Blackwell-Tapia Prize for contributions to the mathematical sciences.
- 2020 Lecture: Karen Smith
- 2018 Lecture: Tatiana Moro
- 2017 Lecture: Jacqueline Hughes
- 2016 Lecture: Gigliola Staffilani
- 2015 Lecture: Anna Gilbert
- 2014 Lecture: Margaret Cheney
- 2013 Lecture: Irene Fonseca
- 2012 Lecture: Barbara Keyfitz
- 2011 Lecture: Ruth Williams
- 2010 Lecture: Dusa McDuff
- 2009 Lecture: Sun-Yung Chang
- 2008 Lecture: Jill Pipher
- 2007 Lecture: Brooke Shipley