Teach with the Maths Skills Centre

We are advertising for Graduate Teaching Assistants for the Maths Skills Centre with no fixed deadline.  If we have applications and no vacancy, we will hold your application on file until a position becomes available. For more information and to apply, go to the Current teaching opportunities page. Any questions please email maths-skills-centre@york.ac.uk.

Support with statistics

The Maths Skills Centre can help develop your statistics skills this summer: Statistics Practical Guide – resources available online to develop your understanding of statistical concepts and guide you on how to use statistical software (SPSS, R and STATA). Workshop guides and materials available under Statistics workshops. Which statistical test? – Use this guide to identify the appropriate statistical test to analyse … Continue reading Support with statistics

Teaching opportunities in Maths Skills Centre – Statistics

The Maths Skills Centre is recruiting PhD researchers working across all disciplines to teach. You must have: a good first degree in a subject with a large mathematical or statistical content a good grounding in first-year undergraduate Mathematics and/or Probability and Statistical Theory a good level of digital literacy – with knowledge of Statistical software- … Continue reading Teaching opportunities in Maths Skills Centre – Statistics

Introduction to R online workshop

If you would like to start using the statistical software RStudio, join the Maths Skills Centre for this new workshop: Introduction to R online workshopTuesday 20 July 9.30am-12noon After introducing the RStudio interface, the workshop will introduce you to an RStudio workflow that includes importing, managing and plotting data. This is suitable for people who … Continue reading Introduction to R online workshop

Teach with the Maths Skills Centre

The Maths Skills Centre is recruiting Graduate Teaching Assistants to run online maths and statistics appointments. They welcome applications from PhD research students working across all disciplines who have: A good first degree in a subject with a large mathematical or statistical content A good grounding in first-year undergraduate Mathematics and/or Probability and Statistical Theory The ability to … Continue reading Teach with the Maths Skills Centre