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Dr. Mine etinkaya-Rundel organised and ran a Datafest event for students from the School of Mathematics and the rest of the University. This took place over two weeks between May the 30th and June the 13th 2020. Student's ...
Tony Carbery's personal tutee, Year 3 Undergraduate Nancy Mae Eagles, has been awarded a fully-funded place on the Fields Institute's two-month Summer Research Programme 2020 in Toronto, Canada.
George Kinnear has published a paper with four former undergraduates, Max Bennett, Rachel Binnie, Risín Bolt and Yinglan Zheng, who completed a project with him last year. The paper, titled 'Reliable application of the ...
On the 14th of December 2019 Francesca Iezzi, along with Benjamin Goddard and Zoe Wyatt, ran a teacher workshop and an accompanying Maths Circle. The workshop, titled: Learn how to run a Maths Circle, had Francesca and company ...
Congratulations to Richard Gratwick who has won the EUSA Van Heyningen Award for Teaching in Science and Engineering.
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.