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Clubs & Organizations

Mathematical Society

The Moravian Math Society, a student chapter of the Mathematical Association of America, is a student group open to all Moravian students who are interested in mathematics.

The society works to foster a sense of mathematical community, through regular on-campus events as well as field trips each semester. The society also serves as a social network when you need help with calculus homework or when you need to decide what you want to do after college.

Each week, the Math Society hosts an Epsilon Talk -- a brief presentation of a cool math topic, beyond the scope of classroom material. Both professors and students are invited to talk, sharing their math experiences and research. These events are open to the Moravian community and are a great way to learn more about math in the world, get a glimpse into future classes as well as to connect with fellow classmates and faculty.

Example of Talks:

  • The Extremes of Philosophy
  • The Mathematics of 20th Century Music
  • Galileo’s Paradox and Infinite Numbers
  • Collapsing Graphs and Game Theory

Pi Mu Epsilon (PME)

Pi Mu Epsilon is the National Mathematics Honor Society which promotes scholarly activity in mathematics among students. Membership is conferred in recognition of scholarly achievement in mathematics. The local chapter, Pennsylvania Omicron, was chartered here at Moravian in 1984. Our chapter sponsors the Moravian University Student Mathematics Conference, a regional meeting for undergraduates interested in mathematics and related fields.


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