The Sacred Heart University math club strives to increase the awareness of mathematics. Such efforts include: an annual “Alumni Night” where former majors from SHU came back to speak with current students about their careers and how their math backgrounds have helped, gathering information on graduate schools and displaying them, inviting mathematicians to speak on campus, and reaching out to local elementary/intermediate schools to promote math. We are always looking for new and innovative ideas to expand our mission.
If you are interested in joining the club, you may contact one of these officers for more information:
- President: Suzanne May
- Vice President: Colleen Burke
- Treasurer: Kenneth Giordano
- Secretary: Ashley Bua
- Adviser: Dr. Andrew Lazowski
Pi Mu Epsilon
Pi Mu Epsilon is the national honorary society in mathematics. It was founded on May 25, 1914 at Syracuse University, Pi Mu Epsilon currently has 348 Chapters, Sacred Heart being the 337th. Pi Mu Epsilon is not only an honor to be a member of for its prestige, but they also promote undergraduate activity at national conferences by giving travel support.
For more information contact the Connecticut Zeta chapter advisor, Dr. Lazowski or visit the Pi Mu Epsilon website. An induction ceremony is held at the end of every semester in which all past inductees and current math majors are invited to attend.