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School of Mathematics

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Social responsibility

We're committed to practicing social responsibility in our teaching, research and social activities across the University.

Students can get involved with a number of social responsibility initiatives including volunteering, joining a society and taking part in the peer review (PASS) programme.

From encouraging our students to volunteer for charitable causes, to championing the University’s Stellify initiative, the School of Mathematics is more than simply a department for teaching.

Take a look below at how we push our students to develop their social responsibility attributes, and how we champion the University’s wider social responsibility programme.

Our practices

Research with impact

Our School’s research is intended to tackle society’s great challenges. Our expertise show how we continue to show success in this area.

Socially responsible graduates

Through the University’s Ethical Grand Challenges and Stellify initiatives, we encourage all students in the school to tackle issues relating to equality and diversity, and to develop themselves.

Engaging our communities

We’re committed to engaging young students with maths at an early age in order to continue the tradition of educating great mathematicians at the University.

Responsible processes

The School holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award which demonstrates our commitment to the advancement of gender equality.