RSE VP for Marian Scott

Marian Scott OBE, Professor of Environmental Statistics at the University, has been elected to a Vice-President (International) role on the Council of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.  She will take up the position from April next year.

Professor Scott said: “It’s a great honour to be elected to the role of Vice-President (International) with the Royal Society of Edinburgh. The RSE dates back to 1783, and its Fellows are drawn from a wide range of disciplines and sectors - science & technology, arts, humanities, social science, business and public service and this breadth of expertise makes us unique in the UK. I am very grateful to the Fellows who have elected me to this role and very much look forward to representing them and the RSE.”

See the Royal Society of Edinburgh Council web pages.


First published: 3 November 2015