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    mathematics and statistics support

CETL-MSOR Conference 2018

CETL-MSOR 2018:  Evidencing Excellence in the Mathematical Sciences

5th – 6th September 2018,  University of Glasgow

We are pleased to announce that the CETL-MSOR 2018 conference will take place on 5-6 September 2018 at the University of Glasgow. The principle themes of the conference include:

  • Current developments in mathematics and statistics support within, and across, the disciplines.
  • Using data and evidence to enhance teaching, learning and support.
  • Encouraging and preparing future teachers of mathematics.
  • Engaging students in learning and teaching enhancement and innovation, including the specialist mathematician and more-able student.

The keynote speakers at the conference will be:
Dr Noel-Ann Bradshaw, Argos
Prof Gavin Brooks, University of Reading
Dr Joe Kyle, University of Birmingham

The call for abstracts is now closed, and the Conference Programme is now available

Conference Registration – CETL-MSOR 2018 is now open, and will close on Friday 17 August 2018.

Student rate (undergraduates and PGTs only) for full conference including conference dinner

£100 (deadline Friday 17 August 2018)

Day rate (conference dinner *not* included)

£100 (deadline Friday 17 August 2018)

Standard rate for full conference including conference dinner

£230 (deadline Friday 17 August 2018)

 Please note that accommodation is not included in the registration fee. There are a number of hotels around the University area, and in the city centre. The Subway station closest to the University is ‘Hillhead’.

Further information about visiting Glasgow is available at:

We will invite speakers to submit a full paper based on your presentation for publication in a special conference issue of MSOR Connections after the conference.


Conference organisers:
Shazia Ahmed, University of Glasgow
Michael Grove, University of Birmingham
Ciarán Mac an Bhaird, Maynooth University
Rob Wilson, Cardiff University

We are grateful for support from:

  • Learning Directorate, Scottish Government
  • Cengage Learning
  • Glasgow Mathematical Journal Learning and Research Support Fund
  • Scottish Mathematical Council
  • Institute of Mathematics & its Applications
  • The National Numeracy Project
  • Pearson Education