The Harvard Faculty of Statistics has setup an Undergraduate Statistics Prize.
This prize is awarded annually to the graduating senior concentrator who has the best overall performance (as indicated by coursework results and thesis) and who has contributed significantly to the department. Eligible students will be considered without application.
You can also read about it at the Harvard College website on Prizes:
The Statistics Department is delighted that Professor Cynthia Dwork will become an affiliate of our Department from 1 January 2020. To statisticians she is probably most well known for her co-invention of differential privacy. She is currently working differential privacy, statistical validity in adaptive data analysis, and fairness in classification.
Dwork is the Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science at SEAS, Harvard, the Radcliffe Alumnae Professor, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and Professor by Affiliation at Harvard Law School. She is an elected fellow of the...
Professor Susan A. Murphy became President of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics on 31st July 2019, taking over from our own Professor Xiao-Li Meng. Other Harvard Faculty members who were, at one time or other, President are W.G. Cochran (1946), Herman Chernoff (1968), Frederick Mosteller (1975) and Xiao-Li Meng (2019). Congratulations Susan!
Xiao-Li Meng founded and is the first editor of the Harvard Data Science Review, which launched 2 July 2019. It is an open access journal of the Harvard Data Science Initiative published by the MIT Press. See more details at: https://hdsr.mitpress.mit.edu/.