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Subject:

Campion Fellowship

From:

"Currie, Rowan S" <[log in to unmask]>

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Currie, Rowan S

Date:

Thu, 9 Dec 1999 11:05:56 -0000

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Fellowship in Official Statistics Launched by Royal Statistical Society

Sir Harry Campion was a distinguished academic statistician before
becoming the first Director of the Central Statistical Office during the
Second World War.  He remained in this post until 1967 during which time
he also spent a year as the first Director of the United Nations
Statistical Office.  His distinction in the statistical profession was
recognized by his periods in office as President of the Royal
Statistical Society from 1957 to 1959 and President of the International
Statistical Institute between 1963 and 1967.

Sir Harry died in 1996 and bequeathed to the Society half the residue of
his estate.  It was decided by to commemorate Sir Harry and the
prominent part he played in the development of official statistics in
the UK and internationally through a Campion Fellowship.

The Campion Fellowship will be awarded to Fellows of the Society to
promote a specific piece of work or project that would make a
significant contribution to the development, use or exposition of
statistics on the economic or social well being of the population.

The work might relate to the collection, processing, analysis,
presentation or distribution of statistical data by central or local
government or other bodies in the UK or amongst a group of countries
including the UK.  Fellowships may be concerned with the development or
evaluation of methodology, policy issues or with the lessons of history.
It should contribute to strengthening cooperation between Fellows
working in different sectors - public, private and academic.

The Fellowship is being awarded every two years with the maximum sum of
money available on any occasion being 10,000.  For further guidelines
and an application form for the 2000 Campion Fellowship please contact
Paul Gentry ([log in to unmask]).

The closing date for applications for the 2000 Fellowship is 14 February
2000.

PLEASE NOTE the Fellowship is only available to Fellows of the Society -
if you wish to join the Society please contact the Membership Secretary
Margaret Shaw ([log in to unmask]).


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