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ANNOUNCEMENT – Opportunity to join the 2016 YSS Committee

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The Young Statisticians Section (YSS) of the Royal Statistical Society are seeking enthusiastic individuals to join the YSS Committee for 2016.

The YSS exists to support and bring together statisticians in the first 10 years of their careers – including students. We run a number of events each year for young statisticians, including careers days, webinars, competitions (such as this year’s Statistical Analytics Challenge and YSS/Significance Writing Competition) and a variety of sessions at the RSS Annual Conference, as well as supporting numerous other conferences and events in the statistical calendar. (For further details, please have a browse through some of the previous posts on this site!)

Being a member of the YSS Committee is a commitment but also very rewarding (and fun!) We are particularly looking for people who are keen to champion new ideas for reaching out the early-career statistics community, and to help organise events targeted at young statisticians. We hold three committee meetings per year, so most events and initiatives are organised remotely via email or phone conference.

If you would like to be considered for one of the committee positions, simply send an email (subject line “YSS Committee 2016”) to Tim at

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by 6pm on Monday 21 September, with a short blurb (up to 250 words) summarising your background and why you’d like to join the committee. Please note that to take up a position you will need to be a full fellow of the RSS.

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