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Christine Anderson-Cook of Los Alamos National Laboratory was recently selected as a Fellow of the American Society for Quality, or ASQ.
Anderson-Cook, who works in the Statistical Sciences Group at LANL, was recognized for research in quality in the areas of design of experiments and reliability, for interdisciplinary collaboration and training of statistical thinking and quality ideas, and for dedicated service to the growth and practice of the quality profession.
ASQ Fellows are recognized based on their pre-eminence in technology, theory, education, or the application or management of quality control. ASQ Fellows represent diverse industries on a global scale.
“I am honored to have been elected a Fellow of this prestigious organization and to have my contributions in statistics recognized,” Anderson-Cook said. “Throughout my career, but especially at LANL, I have had the privilege to work with some exemplary problem-solvers and role models.”
“ASQ Fellows, including Christine, are extremely passionate — sharing their time, ideas and expertise to make the world we live in better through quality,” said James Rooney, ASQ president. “These men and women truly are leaders in today’s quality movement.”