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Mathematics Student Organizations
- OSU Math Club
- The purpose of the Math Club is to provide opportunities for math enthusiasts to meet and explore their common interests. The Math Club is a primarily student run club, and it facilitates both fun and helpful math-related activities throughout the year, including social events, game nights, and study sessions. Please email the Math Club officer for more information.
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- OSU Student Chapter, Association for Women in Mathematics
- AWM is a collection of students who share a common interest in the advancement of women in mathematics. AWM hosts movie nights and pizza parties. They recently organized Sonia Kovalevsky Day at OSU, an event for local highschool and middle-school students which features math competitions, workshops, and lectures. If you are interested in learning more about AWM, please email the current AWM officers.
- Officer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pi Mu Epsilon (National Mathematics Honor Society), Oregon Beta Chapter
- PME is a non-secret honor society whose purpose is the promotion and recognition of scholarly activity in the mathematical sciences among students as the academic institutions that have been chartered as Chapters of the Society. Email the chapter officers if you you would like to learn more about how to become a Pi Mu Epsilon member.
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- OSU Student Chapter, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- SIAM is a club, advised by a faculty member, for students interested in applied mathematics and its and applications to industry. The group often hosts speakers from industry, holds tutorials, and organizes social events. If you are interested in learning more about SIAM, please email the current SIAM officers.
- Officer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Actuarial Science Club
- The ASC tries to promote awareness of the actuarial profession, disseminate information about the actuarial preparatory track and share information regarding actuarial coursework and exams, and internship and job opportunities. We invite speakers from the actuarial community to talk to students about various types of work they do, how they became an actuary, and what future trends they see in the profession. We meet two to three times per term. One of them tends to be a social gathering.
- Officer Email: email@example.com