Academy of Science Interview With Neumann Professor Bernhard Neumann played a dominant role in mathematics in Australia since his arrival in this country in 1962. He came to Australia to take up an appointment as the Foundation Chair of the Department of Mathematics within the Institute of Advanced Studies of the Australian National University. He and his late wife Hanna, also a Fellow of this Academy, who was Professor and Head of the Department of Mathematics in the then School of General Studies, now the Faculties, taught and influenced many young people with mathematical talent, at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, and their influence spread downwards into the schools.
Alternatives To School For Entering The IT Industry As a teacher in Tasmania, Ken observed many students with skills in computing and computer support that were not readily able to be recognised by school accreditation systems. He was awarded a fellowship with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust to investigate the ways in which these types of students could gain skills to help them enter the computing industry, as part of their general education.
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