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School of Mathematics undergraduate students are supporting school pupils while gaining valuable classroom experience.
One of the most pleasurable tasks of the Board of Examiners of the School of Mathematics is the award of prizes to those undergraduate students who have distinguished themselves by their academic performance.
Last month 2nd year Mathematics student Clementine Thompson won bronze at the European U21 Laser Championships in Douarnenez, France, making her the first British woman to have won a medal at a U21 competition.
Two projects relating to mathematics education, led by staff in the School of Mathematics, have received funding from the Principal's Teaching Award Scheme.
Twelve prizes were awarded at the end of the academic year 2015-2016.
Martina Matrtajová, a 4th year undergraduate in Mathematics and Business, has been awarded the prestigious William Darling Memorial Prize by the University of Edinburgh.
The School wishes to congratulate the undergraduate students who won Honours prizes this year.
Congratulations to the 32 undergraduate students who have been awarded scholarships to work on research projects over the summer.
Congratulations to MathSoc who won the EUSA award for Best Academic Society last week.
The School of Mathematics has been nominated for a EUSA teaching award for Best Learning Community.