Sally is the MA110 course convenor for 2019-20, and is a class teacher for MA212. Sally is also the Mathematics Study Adviser for our Department’s first year undergraduate students. As a Study Adviser, she can help with issues surrounding transition to university, getting to grips with abstract mathematics and academic insecurities, and any initial concerns you may have about studying at LSE. She works closely with the Disability and Wellbeing Service to make sure students get the help they need, as well as with the Academic Mentors who can refer you to Sally for support.
Sally studied mathematics at University of Nottingham where she completed a PhD in Mathematical Logic. She was a tutor for the Open University and worked for London Transport (attending LSE transport seminars) before a move to Africa for 10 years. Since her return she has worked for a variety of HE and FE institutions supporting mathematics, engineering and foundation students with mathematics and study skills. She speaks conversational French and Swahili. She is very interested in transition issues and e-assessment.