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Alice Rogers

Chair of the Outreach Committee

Alice is a College Governor who was instrumental in setting up King's Maths School. In addition to chairing the Outreach Committee, she sits of the Education Committee. Term of office: 4 years from 2013-14, extended to Summer 2021.

    Alice Rogers is Emeritus Professor of Mathematics and an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Mathematics Department of King's College London. She has been a member of the College since 1983, holding a variety of positions in the Mathematics Department, including Royal Society University Research Fellow, Director of Studies and Head of Department.

    She obtained a first class BA degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge in 1968, worked for seven years as a school teacher and then obtained a PhD in mathematical physics from Imperial College. The work for which she is best known relates to the theory of supermanifolds and their applications in geometry and theoretical physics.

    Alice was awarded an OBE in 2016 for services to mathematics education and higher education.

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