Are you passionate about promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion? Any student with an interest in promoting EDI across the School of Science is invited to feed into our Student Advisory Panel.
We are pleased to share the timetable for LGBT+ in STEM week, which takes place next week celebrating the LGBT+ community working and studying within STEM.
In your studies you may well encounter mathematics and statistics that is new and challenging to you. Loughborough's award-winning Mathematics Learning Support Centre (MLSC) is here to help you
Loughborough University is hosting a series of events as part of the British Science Festival which takes place in Leicester from Tuesday 13-Saturday 17 September.
The Student Success Academy is hosting Transformations: Step up to Final Year, an event aimed at Science and Engineering students who want to get the most out of their final year at university.
The School of Science is celebrating colleagues and students for their outstanding contributions to learning and teaching at Loughborough University.
Dr Kinga Morsanyi has written an article for The Conversation to discuss how maths testing done right could prevent the development of maths difficulties and raise national standards in maths.
The results of the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF), published today (12 May), show that 91% of Loughborough University’s research is now ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally-excellent’.
Eligible students can now complete the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) to provide valuable feedback about their experiences at Loughborough.
From 11th – 13th April 2022, the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Loughborough University was honoured to host the 63rd British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (BAMC).
The Athena Swan Charter is a framework that advances gender equality, creates a positive and supportive culture, and is inclusive of people of all gender identities and those facing intersectional inequalities.
Researchers have proposed a novel principle for a unique kind of computer which would use analogue technology in place of digital or quantum components.
Jan Cammann, a PhD research student at Loughborough University, will present his research in Parliament to a panel of expert judges and politicians as one of the finalists in STEM for Britain 2022.