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Volume 10, Number 13

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28 March 2005                                 Vol. 10, No. 13


        ASA Poster and Project Competitions | iLumina
                 World Year of Physics 2005


  The American Statistical Association's Center for Statistics
  Education encourages teachers to participate in its annual
  Poster Competition and Project Competition.

  Committees of distinguished statisticians and dedicated
  teachers of statistics in Cleveland, OH, and Lincoln, NE,
  meet in May each year to evaluate entries. The deadline for
  both contests is April 15.

  Winners receive cash awards and ASA certificates for their

  Links include:

    - Poster Competition Rules
    - Project Competition Rules
    - Poster Competition Entry Application
    - Project Competition Entry Application
    - Prizes
    - History and Past Winners
    - What is a Statistical Poster?
    - Helpful comments for Project Entries
    - What is a Statistical Project?




  iLumina is a digital library of sharable undergraduate
  teaching materials for chemistry, biology, physics,
  mathematics, and computer science.

  These resources range in type from highly granular objects,
  such as individual images and video clips, to entire courses.
  Resources in iLumina are cataloged in the MARC and NSDL
  metadata formats, which capture both technical and
  education-specific information about each resource. iLumina
  contains thousands of educational resources and several
  virtual collections.

  Users are invited to contribute resources to iLumina by
  following the contribute link in the header.


                 WORLD YEAR OF PHYSICS 2005


  The World Year of Physics 2005 is an international
  celebration of physics. Endorsed by the United Nations,
  WYP 2005's year-long events will highlight the vitality of
  physics and its importance in the coming millennium, and will
  commemorate the pioneering contributions of Albert Einstein
  in 1905. Through the efforts of a worldwide collaboration of
  scientific societies, the World Year of Physics brings the
  excitement of physics to the public and will inspire a new
  generation of scientists.

  Areas of the site include:

    - About WYP 2005
    - Projects
    - Events
    - Teachers
    - International
    - Press Room
    - Downloads
    - About Albert Einstein

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