Glenn Coggins has recently moved to East Ardsley, near Leeds, as vicar responsible for two churches. He writes: 'My years at Warwick affected the direction of my life tremendously - on a personal level I met my future wife Angela and I also became a Christian whilst at the University. After graduating, I worked in an insurance company, followed by nine years in the computing division of Barclays Bank. I left in 1993 to begin training for full time ministry in the Church of England at Durham University.
Since obtaining a Masters in Mathematics from the University of Warwick in 1978, I went on to obtain a doctorate at the University of York. Later, I held a Royal Society Research Fellowship at Gent University in Belgium and in 1995 held a von Humboldt Fellowship at the Technical University in Freiberg, Germany. I have been a faculty member of the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA since 1990.
Since his time at Warwick earning a PhD in mathematics (1977-81), James Franklin has worked in the School of Mathematics at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. His work has developed some unusual connections between mathematics and the humanities. His 2001 book, The Science of Conjecture (2001) dealt with the history of probability before mathematicians got to it.