Highlights in Minority Health
Dr. Gladys Reynolds (left) accepts the Elizabeth L.
Scott Award from Dr. Linda J. Young (right), Chair, Committee of
Presidents of Statistical Societies at the 2004 Joint Statistical
Meeting held in Toronto in August, 2004.
OMH Congratulates Dr. Gladys Reynolds for
Elizabeth L. Scott Award
Dr. Gladys H. Reynolds was awarded the 2004 Elizabeth L. Scott Award
by the Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies, including
the American Statistical Association, International Biometric
Society-Eastern North American Region and Western North American
Region, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and the Statistical
Society of Canada. The award, presented in Toronto, Ontario, in
August 2004, recognizes an individual who exemplifies the
contributions of Elizabeth L. Scott’s lifelong efforts to further
the careers of women in academia and who served in a variety of
capacities as a role model. The Award was presented to Dr.
Reynolds for her outstanding leadership and commitment to the field
of Biostatistics/Epidemiology, to national and international health,
and to the promotion of women and underrepresented groups to the
full potential of their roles in statistics and public health
management and professional society positions.