Progression From Taught to Research Degrees in the Mathematical Sciences

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Progression From Taught to Research Degrees in the Mathematical Sciences

 03 - 04 Mar 2021
 Online

Support for the transition from taught degree programmes to research degrees is becoming particularly urgent with the reported extra funding of £20M for PhD places and the expected expansion of the HIMR programme. ICMS has resources to address this need across research areas and geographical regions.

Speakers:

  • Paul Glendinning, ICMS/University of Manchester - Additional Funding, ICMS and the Early Pipeline

  • Chris Parker, University of Birmingham - LMS Programmes Which Support Early Career Mathematicians

  • Snezana Lawrence, University of Middlesex - IMA Programmes for Early Career Mathematicians

  • Mary LLewellyn and Tiffany Vlaar, University of Edinburgh - Co-leads of the Piscopia Initiative: Tackling the Participation Crisis of Women and Non-Binary Students in Postgraduate Research Programmes in the Mathematical Science

  • Jon Forster, University of Warwick - Statistical Community Initiatives