SATNAV are always looking for novel ways to communicate science and collaborate with other societies. This term has been no different with new partnerships and even a merge with another group! Chair Anna tells us more.
It's been a great semester for oSTEM, getting back into the rhythm of in-person coffee socials and running a speaker event again for the first time in several years. oSTEM Chair Jackie tells u more.
With the return to normalcy, WISE have been nothing short of busy! They've held several socials, training workshops and been able to bring their award-winning outreach scheme back into schools. Alisha Dordi tells us more
After recruiting a new committee alongside new members at the start of the year, BEaMS are booming! They've held their first events and been involved in speaker series and focus groups. Omar Lamrani tells us more.
Following a difficult year, MathSoc's membership has been the highest it has ever been with over 260 members! Having held many activities, socials and sport, Publicity Officer Ethan Baker tells us what they've been up to
Academics from the University of Birmingham School of Mathematics have collaborated with Japanese artist Coco Sato to encourage engagement with mathematics.
University of Birmingham academics in the School of Mathematics have been awarded the 2021 Fulkerson Prize by the American Mathematical Society (AMS) and the Mathematical Optimization Society (MOS).
Nazibur reflects on the the 93% Club's first year as part of the EPS Community, running professional events and supporting students from state schools. It's been a fantastic year with many employability-focused events.
This year, the Women in Tech society has truly flourished, running a variety of virtual events throughout both semesters. The committee reflect on their year and share exciting results from the EPS Societies' Awards!
Another busy virtual semester for Women in Finance! With multiple online events and networking, WiF have gone above and beyond to give their members amazing opportunities throughout the year. Pei Jie Lim tells us more.