I am Marnie Low, I graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2014 with a BSc (Hons) in Statistics. I then went on to complete my PhD in 2018, also at the University of Glasgow where my thesis focussed on spatio-temporal spline-based models for the analysis and optimisation of groundwater quality monitoring networks. After finishing my PhD, I completed a short postdoc (also in Glasgow, there is a theme developing here), which involved working with the Environment Agency to investigate sampling networks for their river monitoring programmes. Which takes me to where I am now, I am currently employed at the University of Glasgow as a lecturer in Statistics on a Learning, Teaching and Scholarship track, with my primary research focus being on statistics education.