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 Name   George C. Tiao  
 Election Year1976
 Education

B.S., National Taiwan University (1955)

M.B.A., New York University (1958)

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison (1962)

 Professional
 Experience

Assistant Professor (1962-1965), Associate Professor (1965-1968), Professor (1968-1981), Head (1973-1975), Bascom Professor (1981-1982), Department of Statistics, University of Wisconsin

Visiting Professor, University of Esset, England (1970-1971)

Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University (1976)

Visiting Professor, National Tsing-hua University (1996)

W. Allen Wallis Professor, University of Chicago (Statistics, 1982-1997; Statistics and Econometrics, 1997-2003; Emeritus, 2004-)

Chair Professor, National Cheng Kung University (2009)

Chair Professor, National Taiwan University (2010)

 Specialties

Statistical Sciences

 Awards and
 Honors

Fellow, British Royal Statistics Society (1963)

Fellow, American Statistical Association (1973)

Fellow, Institute of Mathematical Statistics (1974)

Academician, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (1976)

Member, International Statistical Institute (1980)

Honorary Professor, Fudan University (1989)

Honorary Professor, Yunnan University (1992)

Comptroller Medal of the Republic of China (1993)

S. S. Wilks Memorial Medal, American Statistical Association (2001)

Julius Shiskin Award, Washington Statistical Society, American Statistical Association and National Association of Business Economics (2001)

Honorary Professor, Beijing University (2002)

Honorary Doctorate, University Carlos III, Spain (2003)

Honorary Doctorate, National Tsing-hwa University (2003)

Statistician of the year award (2005), American Statistical Association Chicago Chapter

Honorary Professor, National Dong Hwa University (2008)

Honorary Professor, Xian Jiaotong University (2009)

 Current
 Positions

W. Allen Wallis Professor (Emeritus) of Econometrics and Statistics, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago (2003-)