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Mathematical Sciences

New Maths Student Centre open

Published: 3 November 2014

A state-of-the-art Centre, exclusively for Mathematical Sciences students was officially opened at the University of Southampton this week.

The Student Centre features study areas, interactive whiteboards, chalkboards, a coffee area and the latest audio visual equipment.

Glass 'pods' within the centre can be used for group work and include their own interactive whiteboards and students can even write on the glass walls.

Dean of the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Jane Falkingham, and Head of Mathematical Sciences, Professor Graham Niblo, were joined by student representatives Hattie Hall and Rhys Thomas to unveil a commemorative plaque.

Professor Niblo said: "We're delighted with this new facility and have worked with our students to ensure it gives them what they need to study, socialise and hold both academic and social events."

Events already planned at the Student Centre include a Maths Quiz and Comedy evening, and student workshops where post-graduate students and academics help undergraduates with any queries they have in their studies or revision.

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