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 John W. Emerson / Yale University (May 21-25, 2012)
 Jian-Guo Liu / Duke University (June 18-22, 2012)
 Bikas Sinha / Indian Statistical Institute (June 26-28, 2012)
 Ralph Bangs (and Larry Davis) / University of Pittsburgh (June 26-27, 2012)
 Akram Khater / North Carolina State University (July 10-12, 2012)
 Michael Larsen / The George Washington University (July 16-20, 2012)
 Sarjinder Singh /Texas A&M University - Kingsville (July 16-20, 2012)
 Christopher Bollinger / University of Kentucky (July 17-20, 2012)
 Ann Morning / New York University (July 18-20, 2012)
 Rebecca Andridge / The Ohio State University (July 23, 2012)
 Matthew Salganik / Princeton University (July 25-27, 2012)
 David Haziza / Université de Montréal (August 6-8, 2012)
 Peter Brandon / University at Albany, SUNY (August 6-9, 2012)
 Marc Wildi / Zurich University of Applied Sciences (August 7-9, 2012)
 Yazhen Wang / University of Wisconsin - Madison (August 13-17, 2012)
 Qian Cai / University of Virginia (August 13-17, 2012)
 Singdhansu Chatterjee / University of Minnesota (August 13-17, 2012)
 Richard Bilsborrow / University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; (August 13-17, 2012)
 Hishaam Aidi / Columbia University (August 21-24, 2012)
 Chet Bowie / National Opinion Research Center (August 21-22, 2012; September 18, 2012)
 James Berger / Duke University (August 22-23, 2012)
 Debra Umberson / The University of Texas at Austin (August 27, 2012)
 Nathan Yau / University of California, Los Angeles; FlowingData.com (August 28-30, 2012)
 Wesley Yung / Statistics Canada (August 28-30, 2012)