To some, John Croucher is the face of rugby league (and statistics) through his eight years as a television presenter. To others, he was for twelve years the much read columnist of Number Crunch for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age in Melbourne.
To us, he is a much-loved professor at MGSM, where for over two decades he has lectured Information and Decision Analysis, and more recently Applied Business Techniques, to thousands of MBA candidates in Sydney, Singapore and Hong Kong.
John has just published his 30th book WOMEN OF SCIENCE: 100 INSPIRATIONAL LIVES for Amberley Publishing in the UK. It will appear on 15 December 2019 and outlines the lives and work of talented women from different eras, countries and scientific fields.
Women have played a vital role in scientific discovery, although at times their participation has gone unrecognised. Their scholarly research and discoveries have provided a rich tapestry to add to the scientific endeavours of the world. John’s book views these women through the lens of their time, placing their achievements in context throughout the past few centuries.
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