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There are 568 members of the Warwick Mathematics Society, of which 1 are new today!
We're 113% of the way toward our target of 500 members.
You can join up on the Warwick SU website.

Who's new

  • Ollie
  • Samjfreeman
  • Jake Cooper
  • Adam Golab
  • JasonPaterson

Discussion Groups

Our discussion groups are a series of talks or seminars on a whole range of interesting topics, led by students but also by professional mathematicians.

Here's how it works:

  • Anyone can offer to lead one of the talks, and if the topic is approved by the Society then we'll put them in touch with a member of staff to help them out.
  • The group leaders are entirely free to teach in any style they wish, they could lecture, or give out workbooks or find some innovative way to explain their chosen ideas.
  • The discussion group will actually take place and last between roughly 60 and 90 minutes.

The material covered in these groups should be suitable for a second year undergraduate but they are open to all years, including postgraduate. We see them not as doing 'harder' than normal mathematics, but as demonstrating some of the more interesting areas of mathematics that may not be lectured at Warwick.

Discussion Groups are running all year long, usually on Tuesday evenings. Keep checking your emails and the Facebook groups for upcoming talks, and contact the talks coordinator using the contact form on the left hand menu if you have anything you're interested in talking about (or hearing about).