Being a Professional Mathematician

This project involved Tony Mann (University of Greenwich) and Chris Good (Birmingham University).funded by the National HE STEM Programme Mathematical Sciences Curriculum Innovation Project. It produced resources for the undergraduate mathematics curriculum on "Being a professional mathematician".

This website contains resources including:

For a full list of the resources, see the Resources page.

We are very grateful to the mathematicians, historians and professional body staff who have contributed to this project. We would also like to thank Noel-Ann Bradshaw and Kevin Parrott for recording material for the project, the London Mathematical Society for providing a venue for some of the interviews, and Peter Rowlett for his guidance and support throughout the project.


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This project was supported by the MSOR Network, the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Universities of Greenwich and Birmingham as part of the National HE STEM Programme and was completed in May 2012. 

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