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MEMBERSHIP IS NOW OPEN!
The fall semester is upon us, and ASC is once again inviting the USC community to come to its Info Sessions and learn more about us! Feel free to contact us with any questions.
The Fall 2015 Information Session will be on Thursday, September 3, 2015. It will be held at HOH 2 from 8pm – 10:00 pm.
Make sure to attend the Career Center’s Explore@4 on Data Science, which we are co-sponsoring. It will be held Wednesday, September 8th at 4pm in the Franklin Rooms in the Tutor Campus Center!
WHO WE ARE
The Applied Statistics Club (ASC) is a student organization bringing the field of statistics, analytics, and data science to the University of Southern California. By providing training workshops, networking events, recruiting sessions, and other opportunities for our members, ASC helps keep you up to date with the fast-moving world of data!
WHAT WE OFFER
ASC is the primary USC student organization focusing on providing in-depth exposure to opportunities in statistics, analytics, and data science through contact with industry leaders and research professionals. To take advantage of the currently exploding demand for analytics talent, attend one of our many speaker events this year, featuring guests from:
- USC Faculty
- Google Analytics
We provide members with resources, tools, and experience in deriving insights from data to solve important problems. Our Data Analysis Case Workshop series teach statistical inference and computing skills that help you stand out among peers when it comes to recruiting. Many of these workshops will be in preparation for exciting competitions such as UCLA Datafest, where a team from our club has won for the past two years!
Spend time with experts and enthusiasts in the field to really get your feet wet in data. We provide both formal and social opportunities to network with and learn from our three eminent USC faculty advisors, executive board members, and other talented and passionate members.
YOUR GUIDE TO STATISTICS AT USC