Natasha Bailie awarded British Society for the History of Mathematics Undergraduate Essay Prize 2020
A student from the School of Mathematics and Physics was awarded first place in the annual British Society for the History of Mathematics Undergraduate Essay Competition this year.
Natasha Bailie placed first in the competition with her essay: 'Quantifying the unquantifiable: the role of mathematicisation of philosophy during seventeenth century Scotland'.
Natasha will be congratulated during the online Gresham Meeting on 21st October.
For more information, please visit: https://www.bshm.ac.uk/undergraduate-essay-prize
The School would like to congratulate Natasha on receiving this honour.