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Guide to the Rupert G. Miller Papers
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The papers pertain to Miller's professional career as researcher, professor, and author, with some materials from his days as a student. Includes drafts of papers, lectures and books; research notes and files; conference materials and organizational files; class files; minutes, reports, and other records pertaining to administrative duties at Stanford; and video tapes of his Stanford lectures (1982).
Rupert Miller taught at Stanford University from 1959 until his death in 1986; he held a joint appointment between the Department of Statistics and the School of Medicine (Division of Biostatistics), where he served as a consultant to researchers on data analysis. He was chair of the statistics department from 1969-1972 and received one of the first dean's awards for superior teaching in 1977.
37 Linear feet (68 boxes)
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