Self-Registration Instructions

STAT 1000 and STAT 2000 use StatsPortal and i>clickers as a part of their courses.

IPS7E Electronic Package

StatsPortal is a course management site (like Angel) which gives you access to everything printed for the course in electronic form, including the textbook and study guide. Other electronic resources, such as Stat Tutor and Statistical Applets can also be found here. This is where you will do your homework

To signup for StatsPortal and register your i>clicker, go to http://www.stats.umanitoba.ca/statsportal . You will need the code in the StatsPortal package shown at the top right of this page in order to fully complete your registration. If you have already taken a statistics course, and you already have a StatsPortal account, you do not need to purchase a new one: you will have the option of logging in to your existing account after you click the "Go to StatsPortal" button during your registration.

Graduations

Congratulations to our October, 2015 graduates: Lin Xue (M.Sc.), Yi Yang (M.Sc.), Gun-Ho Bae (M.Sc.).

Events
Important Dates

September 7: Labour Day (University Closed)

September 8 – September 9: New Student Orientation

September 10: First day of classes for most faculties and schools.

September 10 – September 23: Registration revision period for Fall Term and Fall/Winter Term spanned courses.

September 16: Last date for Fall Term fee payment without financial penalty.

Upcoming Seminars

Omer Ozturk, Department of Statistics, Ohio State University: “Statistical Inference with Empty Strata in Judgment Post Stratified Samples
Thursday, September 10 at 2:45 p.m.
111 Armes

Gauri Datta, Department of Statistics, University of Georgia: “Multiparameter Estimation, Shrinkage Estimation and Small Area Estimation
Thursday, September 17 at 2:45 p.m.
111 Armes

Paul McNicholas, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University
Thursday, September 24 at 2:45 p.m.

Darren Gillis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Manitoba
Thursday, October 1 at 2:45 p.m.

Where are they now?

Stella Leung, M.Sc. (2004)

Jeffrey Alan Sloan, Ph.D. (1991)