First year St John’s Maths student Brian discusses his favourite areas of undergraduate Maths (featuring a famous sequence) and his plans for a future career in Data Science. Produced for the SJC Inspire Programme.
Livestream event with Oxplore – the University of Oxford’s digital outreach portal – discussing the BIG question “is school the best place to learn?”. Panelists include geologist Dr Brooke Johnson, historian Dr Sian Pooley, and education specialist Dr Susila Davis.
Calling all state school students with an interest in maths – apply now to join the St John’s College Maths Study Day on March 5th to learn how the MAT (Maths Admission Test) works, dissect a live admissions interview (conducted by me), and hear my talk about Maths and Sport. Free lunch provided and travel support available.
More great music and great maths from Tom Rocks Maths on Oxide Radio – Oxford University’s student radio station. Featuring special guest Yuxiao who explains the Monty Hall problem, tackles the infamous numbers quiz, and sets us not one, but THREE problems in a bumper edition of the weekly puzzle. Plus, music from ACDC, Gym Class Heroes and The Offspring. This is maths, but not as you know it…
Thanks to Alice Taylor for production assistance.
Meet Leo – a second year Maths student at the University of Oxford who only discovered his love for the subject when at high school. In this short video for the St John’s College Inspire Programme, he explains his favourite parts of Maths and what he has enjoyed most when studying it at university.
3rd year Oxford Maths student Dan talks about his decision to choose Maths at university and the role models that helped him to get there.