Category: Students

MathsArt #2 – Education of Maths with Art: unexpected doors opened, through the study of mathematics

This is a blog by Amber Ellis (M.Sci student in Mathematical Sciences – Penryn Campus). It focuses on Amber’s experience in studying the education of maths through art at primary schools, aiming to highlight how the study of maths can lead to many avenues. Amber originally studied this topic for her third-year dissertation as one…

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Playful University Club #2 – December Monthly Meeting with Ian Turner

The Playful University Club’s December Monthly Meeting was hosted by Professor Ian Turner of the University of Derby. Ian works across the University, supporting the diverse community with learning, teaching and assessments activities. He does this with the goal of ensuring students have a truly engaging and excellent experience, which makes him a valuable ally…

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Student-Led Anti-Racism Projects and Network

Since December 2020, the Education Incubator has been working to support Student-Led Anti-Racism (#SLAR) projects, developed in partnership with the Provost’s Office, the Unlearn Collective, and different departments across the University. The SLAR projects have been designed to empower students to solve problems relating to racial equality, diversity, and inclusion at the University of Exeter…

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Competition for Contributions into an International Poster about Notable Women in Mathematics

This is the first part of a Diversity & Inclusivity project led by Dr Houry Melkonian. In this instance, the project has launched a competition for students of the University of Exeter to learn and write about ‘Notable Women in Mathematics’ and have their work published. This part of the project is led by a…

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