Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience)
Professor Emma J McCoy
Professor Emma McCoy, Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience)
The Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience) is responsible for facilitating and supporting the provision of high-quality education and delivering an exceptional student experience. Within this remit, the Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience) provides advice to the President, Provost, President’s and Provost's Board and Senate on all matters relating to education.
Professor Emma McCoy joined the College in 1996, and is currently a Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematics.
Professor McCoy’s research interests include Time Series, Wavelets and Causal Inference, with a particular interest in transport studies and she leads Grand Challenge II in the Lloyds Register Foundation/Alan Turing Institute ‘Data-Centric Engineering’ Programme on ‘Monitoring of Complex Systems’. She is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society where she is member of both their Council and Academic Affairs Advisory Group. She has a particular interest in Mathematics education and is a member of the Royal Society’s Advisory Committee for Mathematics Education (ACME) and a regular Royal Institution Masterclass leader.