18 Students Inducted into Pi Mu Epsilon

Merrimack College Mathematics Department received approval for a Pi Mu Epsilon Chapter on campus.  Pi Mu Epsilon is the national mathematics honor society which is celebrating its 100th year in existence this year.

Merrimack was pleased to have 18 students inducted into the Massachusetts Lambda Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon on October 9, 2013.  Dr. Brigitte Servatius from Worcester Polytech conducted the ceremony and presented the Chapter’s charter.

 

 The twelve 2013 graduates and two of this year’s seniors were Charter members.   In addition to those 14 Charter members, we had one more senior, two juniors, and one sophomore who qualified to become members this year.
 
Rebecca Webb (2013) and Sarah Rieder (2013), along with Dr. Laura Hall-Seelig, worked very hard last year to complete the rigorous application petition for Merrimack to become a Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon.  We are very proud of them and of all of these students.  They are a remarkable group!

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