Sue Heath appointed to NatCen’s Board of Trustees
17 November 2017
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Sue Heath, Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of the Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives at the University of Manchester, joins the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) as a Trustee.
Prior to her work at the University of Manchester, Sue worked at the University of Southampton for twelve years, including as Co-Director of two ESRC Research Centres: the National Centre for Research Methods and the Centre for Population Change.
In 2016 Sue was elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Chair of the Board of Trustees, Professor Sir Robert Burgess said: "I wish to welcome Sue to the NatCen Board of Trustees. Her considerable experience in research methodology and ethics will enable us to continue to deliver independent, high quality research that makes society better.”
For more information contact Sophie Brown: Sophie.email@example.com 0207 549 9550 or 07734 960 069.
Notes to editors
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) is an independent, not for profit organisation. We believe that social research has the power to make life better. By really understanding the complexity of people’s lives and what they think about the issues that affect them, we give the public a powerful and influential role in shaping decisions and services that can make a difference to everyone.
NatCen's Board of Trustees:
Chair: Professor Sir Robert Burgess
Professor Sir Ian Diamond
Professor Sue Heath
Dame Jil Matheson