Math Club & Pi Mu Epsilon
The Math Club is an academic club on campus aimed at building an undergraduate community of people interested in Mathematics. We work to build a network of students and faculty, contribute to the Dayton-area community, and grow academically in Mathematics beyond the classroom.
You do not have to be a Math major to join. We encourage students with other majors to attend our events and help give us a different perspective of Mathematics so that we can further expand our knowledge and interests.
What we do
Our activities include a picnic where students and faculty members get to know each other while enjoying good food and fun games. Our annual High School Math Contest is our biggest event where we host students from the Dayton area to participate in a contest that challenges and expands their mathematical knowledge.
We meet once or twice a month to attend lectures about different opportunities involving Math, to have fun using Math to solve logic and reasoning puzzles, and to stretch our knowledge and experiences of Mathematics.
Pi Mu Epsilon
Pi Mu Epsilon (ΠME), which jointly meets with the Math Club and is part of all its activities, is an honorary section of the Math Club. Pi Mu Epsilon has certain requirements and application process to become a member, with new members inducted year in the spring. Check out the ΠME tab to learn more about the organization and its opportunities for students.
President: Kathryn Posey
Vice President: Amelia Pompilio
Treasurer: David Gross
Secretary: Mitchell Shimko
Pi Mu Epsilon:
President: Peter Kawiecki