The School of Mathematical Sciences engage with the local community in a variety of ways.
To find out more about our work with the community, please email Dr Joel Feinstein
We take part in Wonder, the University's free day for the local community which showcases the best of what we do.
In previous years, the School have ran 'Othello at the Casino' and Rubik's Cube themed sessions as well as having mathematical exhibits, games and puzzles.
Find out more about Wonder
Family Discovery Day
We also involved with Family Discovery Days, where local primary school children and their families are invited to come to the University to find out about our subjects and take part in some hands on activities.
It gives pupils the opportunity to explore the University campus and talk to current students and staff members.
Our academic experts also hold lectures on popular topics which are open for anyone to attend.
Previous topics have included:
- Gravitational Waves: A new window on the universe
- Centennial of General Relativity, Einstein's celebrated theory of gravitation and space-time
- The Perfect Theory: A century of geniuses and the battle over General Relativity
Our upcoming events