Student Organizations and Events
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.
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)
Joining the international campaign, Moravian WISE’s mission is to promote diversity within the STEM fields and the growth of science education. Our organization hosts outreach programs with local schools and scouting groups to support these goals. Membership is open to all students.
Moravian University Student Mathematics Conference
The Moravian University Student Mathematics Conference was first held in 1987, making it one of the oldest student mathematics conferences in the country. This one day event is a fantastic opportunity for students from around the region to present their work as well as become inspired from their fellow undergraduate colleagues, stepping outside of each college campus to join with a greater math community.
Student Scholarship Day
Each spring, Moravian University engages in a day of celebration for student scholarship. Students who have engaged in independent research are invited to participate in talks, presentations, or poster sessions. The entire campus community is encouraged to attend and discover what kinds of research is being conducted across the college.
Moravian Math Matters (M3)
Every spring, M3 brings local middle- and high-school students to campus to experience Math in the World. After a key-note address about new ideas in mathematics, the students work with our faculty members in small workshops to explore interesting aspects of mathematics. Through this outreach event, we promote higher math education as well as share ideas of what can you do with a Mathematics degree.
Discrete Mathematics Days
LVAIC event held at least once a semester which allows students to present their work to other LVAIC schools.
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The Schattschneider Mathematics and Computer Science Prize
The Schattschneider Mathematics and Computer Science Prize is awarded to an outstanding junior or senior woman mathematics or computer science major who has shown great interest and potential to pursue an undergraduate research opportunity for a graduate degree in mathematical sciences. The awardee will be selected in accordance with the conditions outlined in the Fund's Governing Statement and based on the department's overall evaluation of the student's interest and ability to succeed based on their cumulative undergraduate experience. This includes, but is not limited to, their academic coursework, research experience, and involvement in the department, university, and broader mathematics/computer science community. The awardee will be selected in March, included in the Award Ceremony for Outstanding Students, and recognized in the Commencement Program.
2021 Emma Miller
2020 Emily Bolger
The Marlyn A. Rader Memorial Prize in Mathematics
The recipient of the award must have completed at least six courses in mathematics at the University, including at least one 300-level course, and be among the top students whose mathematics cumulative grade point average is 3.7 or above. Normally, the recipient will be a senior.
2020 Alvaro Belmonte and Steven Berger
2019 Bryan Harvey
2018 Brittany Strausser
2017 Devon Vukovich
2016 Tessa Haney
2015 David Yerger
2014 Alek Szlagyi & Alicia Altemose
2013 Steve Scheirer
2012 Andrew Watson and Chris Kieszack
2011 Hannah Yang and Brian Hunscher
2010 Allison (Bruckart) Lauderman
2009 James Long
2008 Rebecca (Angstadt) Roche and Rachael Todd
2005 Jamie (Steigerwalt) Lobdell and Megan McKee
2000 Laurie Sibbach Morgus
1999 Erik Csikos