Pi Mu Epsilon

Pi Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society. It was founded in 1914 at Syracuse University and has over 350 chapters. The Olivet chapter, installed October 3, 2008, is the Illinois mu chapter and was the 331st  chapter. The purpose of the Society is to promote scholarly activity in mathematics among the students in academic institutions. To be eligible for membership a student needs to have completed two mathematics courses beyond a year of Calculus, maintaining a gpa of 3.0 or higher in mathematics as well as overall. The membership fee of $30 includes lifetime membership in addition to a one year subscription to the Pi Mu Epsilon journal.

Spring 2018


Back (L-R): Leah Milam, Kayla Smock, Daniel Wiseman, Lucas Ward, Kayla O’Donohue (student chapter president).
Front (L-R): Andrew Perabeau, Sydney Harris, Kaitlyn Elmer.
Not pictured: Katie Maurer, Parker Tibbs, Donald Bonds.


Spring 2017

Pictured (L-R): Caleb Strand (student chapter president), Christina Grosz, Bradley Hazelwood, Noah Blunier, Rachel Howell, Emily Crum.
Not pictured: Clayton Bass, Codey Bishop, Jenna Cain, Ellie Krumsieg and Austin Miller.

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