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To celebrate the ending of October's Black Mathematician Month, there will be a celebration ceremony on Monday 30th October, at 6 pm in the UCL.
From a humble background and largely self-taught, Benjamin Banneker became an accomplished mathematician and astronomer.
The annual event, first celebrated in the US in 1976, aims to highlight the ongoing struggle for equality and to educate people on the achievements of members of the African diaspora.
On 22 August 2017 a joint ATM/MA letter was sent to Justine Greening, Secretary of State for Education, regarding the Underground Maths project.
The Mathematical Association is delighted to announce that Ems Lord, Director of NRICH, is to be the 2019-20 President. Ems has taught across the key stages from early years to A Level Further Maths.
Nick Gibb, Minister of State for School Standards, replys to the MA's letter to him re the Post 16 Mathematics Review's findings.
Why has continuation funding not been found for the Underground Mathematics Project? This outstanding project is not complete and to cease funding now is an extraordinary decision.
The MA is please to announce that John Conway and Hugh Burkhardt are its latest Honorary Members.
The Mathematical Association wholeheartedly welcomes Professor Smith's review of post-16 mathematics and the recommendations therein.