RSS Members' Week: Speaking for statistics: The RSS statistical ambassador initiative

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The RSS statistical ambassador initiative was launched in 2014 to support and assist career-young statisticians who wish to engage with public audiences about statistical matters through the media, in person, or online.

Our third cohort of statistical ambassadors were selected earlier this year – check out the video below to hear their thought on why it’s such an important scheme.

RSS Members' Week: Want to write for Significance Magazine?

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Significance editor Brian Tarran explains how members can get involved with writing for the RSS and ASA flagship statistics magazine.

As a member of the Royal Statistical Society (RSS), we hope you enjoy reading each issue of Significance. But have you ever considered writing for the magazine?

RSS Members' Week: Getting involved in sections and local groups

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Our network of sections and local groups provide an excellent opportunity for our members to connect with statisticians with similar interests in their local community. They organise stats-related events, contribute to the RSS’ policy work and strategic aims, and offer members the chance to network with statisticians from a broad range of backgrounds to share best practice.

Take a look through the slides below to find out more about the groups we run and how you can get involved.

RSS Members' Week: The RSS strategy explained

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RSS executive director Hetan Shah explains what the RSS strategy is and what it means for members.

The vision of the RSS is a world with data at the heart of understanding and decision-making. Our strategy to move towards this vision has four main prongs:

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