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e-Student Newsletters
If you are new to e-Student and only received the most recent issue, you may be interested in particular back issues so this is the list of issues with their themes and the Useful Section topics. If there are any you want me to send to you just drop me a note – erica.tyson@ima.org.uk.

And if you have not yet signed up have a preview peek at the Winter 2013 newsletter with a Teaching theme in honour of the new round of Maths Teaching scholarships and/or the Summer 2012 one with a sport theme in honour of the Olympics.

Winter 2013
Theme Teaching
Useful Getting into Teaching

Autumn 2013
Theme Aerospace
Useful Mathematical needs of the Aerospace Sector

Summer 2013
Theme Defence Sector
Useful Effective Meetings

May 2013
Theme Research
Useful Building an Academic Career

Spring 2013
Maths of Planet Earth
Useful Presentation Skills

New Year 2013
Theme Crime
Useful Teacher Training Scholarships and Setting Objectives

Winter 2012
Theme Teaching
Useful researching and Applying for jobs

Autumn 2012
Theme Finance
Useful Time Management

Summer 2012
Theme Sport
Useful Skills Transformer

May 2012
Theme Energy
Useful Getting the Best out of Work Experience

Spring 2012
Theme Health
Useful Section included Decision Making

Writing for the e-Student newsletter
Keen to add to your journalistic credentials?
Please e-mail me any pieces you would like me to include on activities you have carried out as a Maths Society or as an individual with a maths theme. It can be informal such as pi day celebrations but can be technical if you like. Write ups of internships or experiences of attending interviews and assessment centres would be really useful too. Up to 300 words but can be much shorter depending on what suits the activity.
I hope to hear from you, Erica. E-mail to erica.tyson@ima.org.uk.