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Very briefly, Pi Mu Epsilon is a non-secret Honor Society dedicated to the promotion of mathematics and recognition of students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding.

A UAS student meeting the following qualifications may be elected to membership by the Alaska Alpha Chapter.

Undergraduate students who have completed at least the equivalent of two semesters of calculus and two additional courses in mathematics, at or above the calculus level, all of which lead to the fulfillment of the requirements for a major in the mathematical sciences.

In addition, such students must have maintained a grade point average equivalent to that of at least 3.0 on a 4 point scale, both for all courses that lead to fulfillment of requirements for a major in the mathematical sciences, and also for all courses that lead to fulfillment of requirements for an undergraduate degree.

This election shall be irrespective of sex, religion, race, or national origin.

The Alaska Alpha Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon was intalled by Dr. Colin Starr of Willamette University on Thursday April 17, 2014.

Chapter President:-
Vice-President:-
Secretary:-
Chapter Adviser:Andrzej Piotrowski
Permanent Faculty Correspondent:Chris Hay-Jahans

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April 2014 - Charter Members: Charter Members of the Alaska Alpha Chapter are: Nicole Jacobs, Patricia Gerdes, Matthew Sperber, Louis Scott, Andre Bunton, Jill Dumesnil, Megan Buzby, Andre Piotrowski, Derek Eby.

September 2015: New Chapter members to be inducted.

August 2014:

Andre Bunton, BS in Mathematics May 2015, won a Pi Mu Epsilon award for his presentation on Simultaneous Generation of a Basis B and a Corresponding B-CZDS at the 2014 Mathfest in Portland, OR.

April 2014:

Installation ceremony of the Alaska Alpha Chapter - Thursday April 17, 2014.

After installing the Alaska Alpha Chapter and inducting Charter Members, Dr. Colin Starr of Willamette University gave a public talk titled The Nine-Point Circle and Feuerbach’s Theorem.

Any UAS student is welcome to join the UAS Math Club. The faculty adviser of the Math Club (and the Alaska Alpha Chapter of PME) is Andrzej Piotrowski. Individuals interested in giving a talk at one of the frequent Math Club meetings are always appreciated, and community members wishing to attend any such talk are very welcome. To find out about activities of this club, contact Andrzej at andrzej.piotrowski@uas.alaska.edu.

More information to be posted over the Summer (of 2015).

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