2020 #StatsGrads, Parents and Teachers, Celebrate with Us & Enter to Win

Students, even though the pandemic has changed the way your graduation is commemorated, your statistics degree is still something to celebrate!

We invite you, your parents and statistics educators to celebrate with us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #StatsGrad.

#StatsGrad submissions will be shared on the This is Statistics blog, and one lucky winner will get a $100 Amazon gift card!

Students, what does your graduation mean to you? What plans do you have for your bright future?

Parents, what makes you proud about how your graduate pursued their studies?

Teachers, what message do you have for your students as they embark on their next steps into the world?

Share Your #StatsGrad Message with Posts, Pictures or Videos, and Enter to Win!

 

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