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Pi Mu Epsilon (PME) is the Honorary National Mathematics Society.  It was founded on May 25, 1914 at Syracuse University and currently has over 300 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the United States.  The purpose of PME is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathematics among the students in academic institutions.

The Department of Mathematics at Western Kentucky University was granted and presented its charter for the Kentucky Beta Chapter of the Pi Mu Epsilon Society on November 10, 1972.  Membership in this honorary society is based on scholarship in mathematics.  For more information regarding the membership in the Kentucky Beta chapter at WKU, please contact the current faculty sponsor Dr. Melanie Autin.

 

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Robin Ayers Receives the 2015 Spirit of Western Award

At the 2015 WKU President's Convocation, Robin Ayers was named the recipient of the 14th Spirit of Western Award.

Math Major and Professor Published in the MAA College Mathematics Journal

Math major and Math Ambassador Kathleen Bell, along with Shania Polson at the University of Alabama, and WKU Professor Tom Richmond, have been published in the prestigious MAA College Mathematics Journal.

Dr. Bruce Kessler Receives the 2014 WKU Spirit of Western Award

At the 2014 WKU President's Convocation, Dr. Bruce Kessler, Mathematics Professor and Head of the Mathematics Department, was named the 13th Spirit of Western Award recipient.

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