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Fitchburg State University Pi Mu Epsilon Chapter

The Massachusetts Eta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon National Honorary Mathematics Society was formed at Fitchburg State in fall 2007. For more information about Pi Mu Epsilon see the PME website.

Chapter Advisor: Jenna Reis
Chapter President: N/A

Spring 2018 Induction Ceremony

Student inductees: Benjamin Langelo, Tyler Chellis, Mitchell Taylor, Andrew White, Micalea Goldberg, Oliver Titus, Charles Cook, Daniel Hanmore, Zachary Lorkiewicz, Patrick Almeida; Faculty inductees: Catherine Buell, Gerald Higdon.

Chapter Activities

  • Attendance and presentations at mathematics conferences
  • PME Journal Problem Solving Sessions
  • Induction Ceremonies

Recent Student Presentations and Honors

Fitchburg State Undergraduate Conference on Research and Creative Practice, Spring 2018

Daniel Hanmore, A Numerical Taylor Series Method for Initial Value Problems

Zi Lin, Trisection in Origami Geometry

Laurin Harvey, Music of Pythagoras

Casey Taylor & Shawna Ryan, An Optimization Problem to Determine the Flattest 5k at Fitchburg State University

Taylor Lynde & Andrew Mooney, Sabermetrics and Markov Chains: Using Data to Build and Simulate the Optimal Baseball Lineup

Alexander Cochran & Kristen Windoloski, Budget Minimization: The Application of the Simplex Method to Student Life

2018 Mathematics Awards

Kristen Windoloski & Daniel Hanmore: Outstanding Mathematics Student of the Year Award

Alex Cochran: Mathematics Department Scholarship Award

Andrew White: Mark Snyder Memorial Scholarship Award