Mathematrix

Mathematrix is a student-led group in the Mathematical Institute which aims to provide a platform and network for postgraduates, postdocs and staff to discuss and explore topics related to challenges in academic life and being a minority in the maths community. 
Mathematrix hosts weekly discussions during term-time accompanied by a free lunch. The events are relaxed and informal, and people may come and go as they please.


When: Mondays 1-2pm (Weeks 1-8 of term)
Who: Everyone!
What: Free lunch and discussions on topics related to life in academia and issues faced by minorities.
Below is a list of the events for the term; more information can be found by subscribing to the mailing list. We would be very happy to receive your suggestions, which can be left anonymously here.


Hilary Term 2020

Week 2 (N4.1): Imposter Syndrome: If you have a smart phone or tablet that you can bring with you, we encourage you to, as we will have some anonymous polls during the session.

Week 3 (N3.12): Friendly food with the Mirzakhani society

Week 4 (N4.1): Attainment gaps in highly mathematical subjects

Week 5 (N3.12): LGBTQ+ Week

Week 6 (N4.1): Supporting colleagues with mental health difficulties

Week 7 (N3.12): Women's Week

Week 8 (N4.1): Friendly food

Previous Term Cards

Michaelmas 2019    
Michaelmas Term 2019 term card    
Michaelmas 2018 Hilary Term 2019 Trinity Term 2019
Michaelmas Term 2018 term card Hilary Term 2019 term card Trinity Term 2019 term card