Statistical Consulting Service (SCS) Consultants
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Professor Bryn Greer-Wootten
Bryn Greer-Wootten is Professor Emeritus in Environmental Studies and Geography, and an Associate Coordinator with the Statistical Consulting Service. His research interests are in the area of environmental policy and planning. In particular, they include community responses to high-level nuclear waste facility siting, local conflicts in provincial waste management policies, scientific and elite discourse in global climate change policy formulation, and cross-cultural representations of folk narratives on the environment.
Hugh McCague is Data Analyst and Statistical Consultant at ISR. He has worked as a statistician in both private and public sectors. He completed a PhD in Environmental Studies and an MA in Statistics at York University. His research and publications have concentrated on applications of mathematics and statistics in architectural history and archaeology. He has taught research and computer skills to undergraduate students in Arts at York University, in addition to regular consulting.
Mirka Ondrack received her Master’s degree in Physics from Masaryk University in the Czech Republic and spent two years studying industrial engineering at the University of Toronto. She has held the position of Programmer/Analyst at ISR since 1971. Ms. Ondrack is currently a consultant with the Statistical Consulting Service and also does custom programming and data analysis. She has been teaching courses on SAS and SPSS since 1981. Mirka consults on statistical computing using SPSS and SAS; data screening and statistical graphics; regression, ANOVA and other linear models; factor analysis.
Stella Park is a Project Manager, and teaches an NVivo for Windows course at ISR. Stella provides NVivo consultation to graduate students, faculty, and non-profit sector professionals. She has over 10 years of experience in conducting both quantitative and qualitative research projects at the local, provincial, and international levels on a diverse range of topics, including health, education, employment, and non-profit sector. At ISR, she uses NVivo software to analyze several qualitative research projects, including the YouthREX project and the Experiential Education Project.