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st: RE: Honorary doctorate for William Gould

From   "Cleves, Mario A" <>
Subject   st: RE: Honorary doctorate for William Gould
Date   Fri, 18 Mar 2005 22:38:06 -0600

Congratulation Bill! I can not think of a more deserving individual.


Mario A. Cleves, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Senior Biostatistician
Department of Pediatrics
UAMS College of Medicine
Arkansas Center for Birth Defects Research and Prevention
11219 Financial Centre Parkway, Suite 250
Little Rock, AR  72211
Telephone: 501-364-5001
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-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Nick Cox
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 6:34 AM
Subject: st: Honorary doctorate for William Gould

Members of Statalist will be interested to 
learn that William Gould, President of StataCorp, 
is to be presented with a honorary doctorate
by the University of Essex in July. The full details 
are at

This is a tremendous honour for Bill, and 
one that those who have used Stata to good effect 
will feel is very richly deserved.  

Many congratulations, Bill! 

It is also, naturally, a most welcome recognition 
for StataCorp as a whole. 

Congratulations also to those at the University 
of Essex who brought this about. Essex is 
one of the leading research universities in 
Britain, with major strengths particularly 
in the social sciences. There is a large 
cluster of committed Stata users at Essex. 
Stephen Jenkins in particular has long 
evangelised for Stata both within the
university and without, and contributed
mightily to the user community with his own 
programs and expositions. 


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