| ||Professor Delia North is currently the Dean & Head of School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. She has over 25 years’ experience in the teaching and design of Statistics curricula at university. |
Her passion for teaching Statistics has resulted in her becoming a leading figure in South African Statistics Education circles, evidenced by being Theme Chair, Topic Chair, Session Organizer and Guest Speaker at various international conferences on Statistics Education.
She is a member of the South African Statistical Association (SASA) executive committee, chairs the SASA Education Committee and is on a Council member of the International Statistical Association.
|Recent Publications: || ||Arnab, R. and North, D. (2012). An appraisal of household income and expenditure survey design. Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 28 (4), 423 - 436. |
Arnab, R., Singh, S. and North, D. Use of two decks of cards in randomized response techniques for complex survey designs. (2012). Communications in Statistics – Theory and Methods, 41, 3198 - 3210.
North,D., Zewotir, T and Murray, M. (2012). Modeling Research Productivity Using a Generalization of the Ordered Logistic Regression Model. Alternation, 19 (2), 94 – 111.
Zewotir, T., & North, D. (2011). Opportunities and challenges for statistics education in South Africa. Pythagoras, 32(2), Art. #28, 5 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/pythagoras.v32i2.28.