Society announces members of new Education Committee

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The Royal Statistical Society's newly formed Education Committee has now confirmed its membership and is soon to hold its inaugural meeting on 2 December.

The Education Committee now includes the following individuals:

  • Bill Browne, Bristol University,
  • Chris du Feu, freelance
  • Jamie Sergeant, University of Manchester
  • Laura Bonnett, University of Liverpool
  • Margaret MacDougall, University of Edinburgh
  • Meena Kotecha, LSE
  • Neil Sheldon, RSS vice president for Education and Statistical Literacy (chair, ex officio)
  • Neville Davies, Plymouth University
  • Nigel Walkey, consultant
  • Roeland Beerten, RSS, director of professional and public affairs (ex officio)
  • Scott Keir, RSS, head of education and statistical literacy (ex officio)
  • Simon White, MRC Biostatistics Unit
  • Stella Dudzic, MEI
  • Tanya McCormack, Department for Education
  • Thomas King, Newcastle University

Headed up by Neil Sheldon, RSS vice president of education and statistical literacy, there are now three committees involved in delivering the Society's strategic goal of improving education and statistical literacy: the getstats board, the Education Policy Advisory Group and the Education Committee.

For more information about the work of the above committees or about the Society's work in education in general, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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