Richard Glennie
The Observatory (Rm 115)
Buchanan Gardens
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9LZ
UK

Richard is the School co-coordinator of the Academic Skills Project, and is running the Honours Toolkit and “What kind of Mathematician do you want to be?” workshops. 

He is in the final year of his PhD in Statistics on Incorporating animal movement into distance sampling and spatial capture-recapture, supervised by Prof Stephen Buckland. He did the undergraduate MMath (Fast-Track) at St Andrews from 2010-2014. See his webpage for further details on his research.

Email: rg374@st-andrews.ac.uk
Website: www.richardglennie.co.uk

Ewa Bieniecka
Mathematical Institute (Rm 103)
North Haugh
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9SS
UK

Ewa is the School co-coordinator of the Academic Skills Project, and is running the Sub-Honours Toolkit and ‘Understanding: Key Skills in Pure Maths’ (Honours) workshop.

She is a PhD candidate researching `Commutativity and Free Products in Thompson’s Group V’ with Dr Collin Bleak and Dr Martyn Quick. She has been tutoring, giving examples class, marking and grading in numerous maths sub-honours modules in St Andrews for the last 4 years.

Email: eb66@st-andrews.ac.uk

Fiona Ruth Macfarlane
Mathematical Institute (Rm 102)
North Haugh
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9SS
UK

Fiona will be co-delivering the Understanding Applied Honours workshop.

She is in the 3rd year of her PhD in the Mathematical Biology group at St Andrews, working with Professor Mark Chaplain and Dr Tommaso Lorenzi. Her research is based on developing mathematical models of cancer and how the immune system responds to predict the success of immunotherapies . See her webpage for further details on her research and other information: http://www.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/~frm3

Email: frm3@st-andrews.ac.uk

Linnéa Franßen
Mathematical Institute (Rm 102)
North Haugh
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9SS
UK

Linnea will be co-delivering the Understanding Applied Honours workshop.

She is a PhD candidate researching `Mathematical Modelling of Tumour Invasion and Metastasis’ under the supervision of Prof Mark Chaplain. After completing her MSci in Mathematics in 2013, she worked as a secondary school teacher in Germany for 1.5 years. Since starting her PhD in St Andrews in 2016, she has been tutoring and marking in maths sub-honours modules. See more at here website: https://linneafranssen.wordpress.com

Email: lcf4@st-andrews.ac.uk