Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
Clubs & Activities
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Founded in 1931, Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society for undergraduates. Kappa Mu Epsilon seeks to further the interests of mathematics and help undergraduates and society at large understand the importance and beauty of mathematics. The group hosts speakers, participates in volunteer service projects and provides tutoring. Membership in the Michigan Delta chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon is restricted to students who have completed three semesters of college mathematics at the level of calculus or higher, have achieved at least a “B” average in all college mathematics courses and are ranked in the top 35 percent of their class.
Faculty Advisor: David Murphy
The Actuarial Club meets weekly to work problems in preparation for the actuarial exams and to discuss issues relevant to students interested in pursuing careers in the actuarial sciences. The club also hosts guest speakers, travels to career fairs, and conducts regular social gatherings.
Faculty advisor: William Abram
Hillsdale Problem-Solving Seminar
The Hillsdale Problem Solving Seminar meets weekly in the fall semester to discuss mathematical problem-solving techniques and to prepare for competitions, including the Putnam. Faculty advisor: David Gaebler