Pi Mu Epsilon
New York Alpha Chapter
History and Mission
Pi Mu Epsilon is the national mathematics honorary society. Founded in 1914 at Syracuse University, PME currently has over 350 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the United States. The purpose of the society is to promote mathematical activities among students.
Pi Mu Epsilon hosts mathematical talks given for and by SU undergraduates, mathematical movie screenings and other social events. It also runs advising panels and organizes Putnam exam preparation sessions. Events are announced via email; to be added to the mailing list, send a message to Steven Sorokanich firstname.lastname@example.org. Recent and forthcoming events also appear on this page.
Membership in Pi Mu Epsilon, New York Alpha Chapter is open to all students in good standing with Syracuse University who meet the eligibility requirements listed below.
- Major in Mathematics or a related field, including but not limited to: biology, chemistry, economics, engineering, or physics.
- Completion of two semesters of calculus and two additional courses in mathematics at or above the calculus level.
- GPA in mathematics at least 3.317 and an overall GPA at least 3.142. Special cases with an upward trend will be duly considered.
- Scholarly interest in promoting mathematics on campus and in the Syracuse community.
Spring 2015 Inductees
Weiyi Chen, Tyler Fernandez, Faith Hopeck, Wei-yu Hsieh, Zhaoheng Li, Manxi Qin, Mengran Zhang.
Spring 2014 Inductees
Mary-Johanna Adjetey, Kevin Donovan, Amine Elmeghni, Fred Gard, JiaJin Lei, Lameess Mehanna, Kaitlin O'Rourke, Liwen Qin, Tessa Xie, Ju Yuan, Zhan Zhao.
Spring 2013 Inductees
Craig Allen, Grant Griffiths, Stephen Sorokanich III, Xin Tian, Ashley Valentijn.
Fall 2012 Inductees
Bingjing Feng, Xinyi (Shirley) He, Stanley Hoffman, Randi Rodecker, Shuo Zhang.
Spring 2012 Inductees
Joe Andrade, JiaYu Chen, Dan Goldman, Chris Hoffman, Dylan Hsu, Qiu Jin, Ben Kaplan, Alex Lam, Han Li, Yunjia Mi, Terence Nip, Keeley Naughton, James Schwartz, Liwei Zhu.