Janet Myhre

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Janet M. Myhre is an American statistician, the Dengler-Dykema Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Mathematical Economics at Claremont McKenna College.[1]

Myhre did her undergraduate studies at Pacific Lutheran University, earned a master's degree at the University of Washington, and completed her doctorate at Stockholm University. She joined the Claremont McKenna faculty in 1962.[1] There, in 1975, she was the founding director of the Reed Institute for Decision Science, later to become the Reed Institute for Applied Statistics.[2]

In 2004 she was named a fellow of the American Statistical Association.[3]

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  1. ^ a b Emeriti Faculty & Administration, Claremont McKenna College, retrieved 2017-10-18
  2. ^ Reception Planned to Honor Professor Janet Myhre, Claremont McKenna College, February 27, 2008, retrieved 2017-10-18
  3. ^ Professor Janet Myhre Receives ASA's Highest Honors, Claremont McKenna College, September 13, 2004, retrieved 2017-10-18