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Sally Ida McClean FRSS is a Northern Irish statistician, computer scientist, and operations researcher. She is a professor of mathematics in the school of computing at Ulster University,[1] and a former president of the Irish Statistical Association. Topics in her research include workforce modeling, health administration, interactive architecture, and survey methodology.


McClean was born in Belfast. After studying at Queen's University Belfast,[2] she earned a master's degree in mathematics from the University of Oxford and a second master's in mathematical statistics and operations research from Cardiff University.[3] She completed a Ph.D. in 1976 at the Ulster University at Coleraine.[2][4] Her dissertation, Stochastic models of manpower planning applied to several British and Irish firms, was supervised by Andrew Young.[4]


McClean's books include:

  • Statistical techniques for manpower planning (2nd ed., with David J. Bartholomew and Andrew F. Forbes, Wiley, 1991)
  • Questionnaire design: A practical introduction (with Noel Wilson, University of Ulster Press, 1994)

Recognition and service

McClean is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, and Fellow of the Operational Research Society.[3] She was the second president of the Irish Statistical Association, serving as president from 1998 to 2000.[5]


  1. ^ "Professor Sally McClean", School of Computing, Ulster University, retrieved 2020-01-09
  2. ^ a b "Sally McClean", Atlas of Irish mathematicians, retrieved 2020-01-09
  3. ^ a b "Sally McClean", The Conversation, retrieved 2020-01-09
  4. ^ a b Sally McClean at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  5. ^ Past ISA Presidents, Irish Statistical Association, retrieved 2020-01-09

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