Andi Fugard

Co-Director of the Centre for Evaluation

Dr Andi Fugard is Co-Director of NatCen’s Centre for Evaluation, providing leadership on theory-driven randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and quasi-experiments. They have over 15 years’ experience in social science and evaluation, with over 40 publications on topics including mental health treatment outcomes, language processing and learning, psychology of reasoning, human-computer interaction, and social research methodology. 

Originally studying computer science, Andi holds a PhD in cognitive science from the University of Edinburgh. They completed postdocs at the University of Salzburg (Austria), led research at the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (based at the Anna Freud Centre), and held academic positions at University College London and Birkbeck, University of London.

Andi is a member of the UK Government's Evaluation and Trial Advice Panel (ETAP), which advises civil servants and What Works Centres on evaluation methodology. They are also an Associate Fellow of Advance HE, the national body for teaching in higher education in the UK, and a member of the UK Evaluation Society (UKES).


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