Pi Mu Epsilon

About: Pi Mu Epsilon (PME) is the national mathematics honorary society. Founded on May 25, 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 scholarly activity in mathematics among the students in academic institutions.

Ashland University’s Ohio Rho Chapter was formed in April 2002. Sophomore, junior and senior mathematics majors and minors who meet the eligibility requirements are invited to join this prestigious honorary.


Pi Mu Epsilon Student Speaker Award

Grace McCourt, August, 2016, Pi Mu Epsilon Student Speaker Award at the National MAA's MathFest Conference.

  • Presentation was based on research, McCourt, is doing with Dr. Chris Swanson for McCourt's Honors Capstone Project including some research she has done during summer 2016 under the Good Award.

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2017-2018 Pi Mu Epsilon (PME) Honorary Officers

President: Emily Law

Vice President: Elizabeth Kidd

Secretary: Jessica Shrider

Treasurer: Michael Woode

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gordon Swain

2016-2017 PME Honorary Officers

President: Susanne Silvernail

Vice President: Rebecca Stettin

Secretary: Linda Morales

Treasurer: Ryan Bastian

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gordon Swain

2016-2017 PME (Mathematics) New Inductees

2017 PME New Inductees

Welcome 2016-2017 New Inductees: Brady Douglas, Dominic Giunta (Not Pictured), Daniel Griffith, Elizabeth Kidd, Emily Law, Jessica Shrider and Michael Woode

2017 PME Graduates

2017 Graduates: Ryan Bastian, Michael Byndas, Daniel Griffith, Michael Hudec, Grace McCourt, Linda Morales, Alexandria Sandwisch, Susanne Silvernail and Rebecca Stettin