Teaching

I lecture in the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford, where I am also the Faculty Teaching Advisor.

I teach and advise Maths students at Balliol College, Oxford.  The college website has some information about Maths at Balliol.  If you look hard enough, you will find a photo of the Balliol Maths Octopus.


Here are some resources (in no particular order) that my students might find useful.


In Michaelmas Term 2020, I lectured the Prelims courses Introduction to Complex Numbers and Analysis I.  One video, about convergence of sequences, is available on YouTube via Oxford Mathematics.


In Michaelmas Terms 2018 and 2019, I lectured the Prelims courses Introduction to Complex Numbers and Linear Algebra I.


In the Hilary and Trinity Terms 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, I lectured the Prelims course on Groups and Group Actions, with the 2015 course page, 2016 course page, 2017 course page and 2018 course page.


In 2020, I completed the Oxford Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, and passed with Distinction. I received a PGCert Prize, for the portfolio with the highest grade in my cohort; this was part of the Vice Chancellor's Education Awards.

I was honoured to be given an MPLS Teaching Award in 2016, and to win the award for Most Acclaimed Lecturer in MPLS in the student-led OUSU Teaching Awards 2015.


I used to lecture in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge. Here are the pages for the courses I gave.

In the Michaelmas Term 2013, I lectured Part II Number Theory.  Here is the page for the course.

In the Lent Term 2013, I lectured Part IA Analysis I.  Here is the page for the course,

In the Easter Term 2012, I lectured a non-examinable course on Waring's Problem.  Here is the page for the course.

In the Michaelmas Term 2011, I lectured Part II Number Theory.  Here is the page for the course.


This page last updated 2 June 2021.

Vicky Neale