Involving employers in the development of the mathematical sciences curriculum

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  • Room 001, Rolle Building, University of Plymouth

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The goal of this free workshop is to review the various ways that employers can work with mathematics departments to develop curriculum which motivate and excite the students, and simultaneously improve their employment opportunities. 

The workshop will have case studies on statistics/data science and pure and applied mathematics. The workshop is supported by the Institute of Mathematics & its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society, and is a part of their programme of workshops.

Confirmed speakers

  • Professor Tony Mann, University of Greenwich
  • Dr Edmund Chadwick, University of Salford (Manchester)
  • Dr Malgorzata Wojtys, University of Plymouth

The workshop is free to attend but we ask that you register your place via the above link.

Please email craig.mcneile@plymouth.ac.uk for more information.

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