Article Competition 2011-2012


If you’re 17 to 19 you could win a £100 Amazon Voucher by writing an article (max. 500 words) on the work of Alan Turing. It’s the centenary of his birth on 23rd June 2012 and the winning article will feature on the Maths Careers website as our tribute to his work.
 

The winner of the Article Competition 2011/2012 is:

Sally Bolton, Aged 17, from Longcroft School, Yorkshire.

Click here to read her article.


The two runners-up were:

Alex Cargill, Aged 17, from York College, Yorkshire.

Rory Maybery, Aged 17, from Wycliffe College, Gloucestershire.

Congratulations to the winner and runners-up and thank you to all who took part!


With special thanks to Professor Jeffrey Paris of the University of Manchester for judging the competition.


 

Date Published: March 12, 2012

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