Giving to the Bernoulli Society
Please consider making a gift to the Bernoulli Society. Your donations contribute significantly to the Society’s key objectives, including the advancement of our science, and the recognition of outstanding individuals of all generations and backgrounds. Our fund-raising is currently focused towards three funds.
• Young Researchers Outreach Fund. The fund finances the costs of young researchers from developing countries in attending our major congresses.
• David G. Kendall Fund. This joint BS/RSS fund supports a biennial award for excellent young researchers.
• Bernoulli Society General Fund. Donations to this fund support the general activities of the Society, including awards for especially meritorious individuals and named lectures at major congresses.
How to give. Directions may be found at https://www.isi-web.org/community/donate
(donors may give without logging in to the webshop by following the directions given for “Others”).
USA taxpayers can donate in a tax-efficient manner via https://thenaf.org/isi/
(you should identify the Society and your chosen Fund on the form appearing downstream). UK taxpayers can donate similarly to the David G. Kendall Fund via the Royal Statistical Society page https://rss.org.uk/training-events/events/honours/david-g-kendall-award/
Geoffrey Grimmett - Treasurer
The Bernoulli Society was founded in 1975 as a Section of the International Statistical Institute (ISI). The Bernoulli Society now has a membership of more than 1000 representing nearly 70 countries, a third of those also being members of the ISI who chose the Bernoulli Society as their Association.
The objectives of the Bernoulli Society are the advancement of the sciences of probability (including stochastic processes) and mathematical statistics and of their applications to all those aspects of human endeavour, which are directed towards the increase of natural knowledge and the welfare of mankind.
The activities of the Bernoulli Society include organizing or sponsoring international and regional meetings and publications, on its own or jointly with other professional societies. These meetings and publications have a prominent relevance in the fields of mathematical statistics, probability, stochastic processes and their applications.
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The Bernoulli Society offers membership for PhD students at a nominal fee and 50% reduced membership rate to new members. In addition, members from developing countries are offered a 60% reduction. Joint BS-IMS and ISI-BS-IMS memberships are also possible at a reduced rate.
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