General Resources for Biostatistics Students
All Ph.D. students are provided with a new laptop computer and office space in the Public Health building at 121 South Main St. Masters students have access to shared office space. All students have access to the computing infrastructure at the Center for Statistical Sciences, a high-end, continuously updated computing environment featuring both Unix and PC networks, with access to all major software for data analysis and numerical computing. CSS also maintains a considerable collection of statistics texts and journals in the Walter Frieberger Biostatistics Library.
Specific Resources for Biostatistics Students
The Department of Biostatistics Handbook provides students and prospective students with clear guidelines and instructive detail concerning the Doctoral and Masters Graduate Programs' requirements and expectations.
The Biostatistics Student Google Site offers students additional resource information on educational and research-related opportunities, job opportunities and other helpful information and resource links.