Pi Mu Epsilon Society
New Jersey Zeta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon,
the National Honorary Mathematics Society
Pi Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society. It was founded at Syracuse University and incorporated at Albany, New York on May 25, 1914. The purpose of Pi Mu Epsilon is the promotion and recognition of mathematical scholarship among students in postsecondary institutions. It aims to do this by electing members on an honorary basis according to their proficiency in mathematics and by engaging in activities designed to promote the mathematical and scholarly development of its members.
Pi Mu Epsilon is an academic society consisting of chapters located throughout the United States. Chapters of Pi Mu Epsilon may be chartered only at academic institutions whose standards are excellent in all the liberal arts and particularly so in mathematics. A careful probing investigation is made before a charter is granted to an institution.
Criteria for candidacy to the New Jersey Zeta Chapter at the Fairleigh Dickinson University Florham-Madison Campus are as follows:
• Must have completed at least three upper level mathematics courses
• At least a 3.5 overall GPA with 95 credits or more and at least a 3.0 GPA in mathematics
• Or at least a 3.7 overall GPA with 65 – 94 credits and at least a 3.0 GPA in the mathematics major
• Or at least a 3.2 overall GPA with 95 credits or more and at least a 3.6 GPA in the mathematics major
• Department faculty recommendation
To be chosen a member of Pi Mu Epsilon is a very high honor.
Spring 2017: Marlena Bevilacqua, Jacob Huynh, Genesis Sanchez, Taylor Torre
Spring 2016: Kayla Beasty, Stephen Bick, Raquel Diaz, Cassandra Veasey
Spring 2015: Brianna Kane, Andrew Michael Matt
Spring 2014: Estefania Ruiz, Robin Wells
Fall 2012: Sukriya Aybek, Stephen Duckers, Eftihia Koulosousas
Fall 2011: Megan McInaw, Sara Sadowski, Kristen Scioscia
Fall 2010: Donald Fisher III, Lisa Mlynarski, Marcie Schlanger, Shuo Yang
Fall 2009: Carolyn Abino, Lauren Hansen, Brianna Logan, and Matthew Sullivan
Fall 2008: Amy Beideman, Holly Corsaro, Lara Hirschensen
Spring 2008: Patrick Grimm, Richa Sarin, Matt Wasserman
Fall 2007: Brenna Horris, Huazhen Liu
Student members who have done mathematical research are encouraged to submit papers to the Pi Mu Epsilon Journal for publication. The Pi Mu Epsilon Journal was established in 1949, and features articles for students, by students. Each year, the top three student papers to appear in the PME Journal receive cash awards. Students are also encouraged to present papers both locally and at the national meetings of the Mathematical Association of America.
For further information about the Society, visit the website: www.pme-math.org
The members of the NJ Zeta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon at Fairleigh Dickinson University might promote mathematics by sponsoring extracurricular activities each semester.