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Michiko WatanabeJapan
Jane M. WatsonUniversity of TasmaniaAustralia
Neville Weber??Australia
Travis WeilandAppalachian State UniversityUnited States
Larry WeldonSimon Fraser UnivCanada
Helena WesselsSouth Africa
Paul WestersUMC UtrechtNetherlands
Christopher John WildUniversity of AucklandNew Zealand
Krista WildeUniv. of SaskatchewanCanada
Paul WilliamsonAustralia
Patrick WilliamsDept. Social SciencesUnited States
Richard WilsonThe University of QueenslandAustralia
Therese WilsonQueensland Univ. of TechnologyAustralia
Jeffrey WitmerOberlin CollegeUnited States
Gi-Mick WuHelmholtz Centre for Environmental ResearchGermany
Sandra WyattAustralia
 IASE Member details

Name:Michiko Watanabe
ISI member
Address:3-25-52 Oka Aska-shi
SAITAMA-KEN 351-0007

Michiko Watanabe has been a Professor of Statistics at Faculty of Economics in Toyo University since 1996. She has a Ph.D. in Statistics from Kyushu University. Her areas of interest within Statistics are Multivariate Analysis,especially Latent Class Models, Missing data analysis and EM algorithm. Her areas of special interest within Statistics Education are the teaching of introductory statistics courses using information technologies, the relationship between Statistics Education and the workplace, and statistical literacy. For the Japan Statistical Society, she has been a Council member (6 years), on the Board of Directors (3 years) and the Chairperson of the Special Committee for Statistical Education (4 years until 2006). She was one of the members of liaison committee on statistics of Science Council of Japan(the 18th term). She has organized several educational projects in Japan, which have been related to statistical education using new IT technologies. She has edited a Multimedia Encyclopaedia of Statistics in cooperation with Japan Statistics Association and Statistical Research and Training Institute of Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. She is also a very active member of the Committee of the Cyber Campus Consortium of Statistics Group in the Japan Universities Association for Computer Education.Michiko Watanabe was elected an Ordinary Member of the ISI in 2000.