The Actuarial Math Club is an organization with the goal of educating students about becoming an Actuary. Membership is open to students of any major interested in learning about becoming an Actuary. Members attend professional development sessions, training and information sessions to learn about the career path. Learn more…
The WPI Mathematics Club, informally known as the “Math Club” is a student organization whose purpose is to foster interest, understanding and enjoyment of mathematics by the WPI community. The club organizes informal, weekly sessions in the Math Lounge in Stratton Hall to discuss the latest interesting math topics. The Math Club also organizes “Cool Math Talks,” a monthly presentation, often featuring WPI faculty who talk about their research interests. In addition, depending on its leadership, the Club can sponsor activities such as math contests, Pi Day fun, or special events corresponding to the yearly theme of Mathematics Awareness Month (April). The Math Club can be viewed as an umbrella organization for all of WPIs student mathematics groups.
Pi Mu Epsilon
Academic Honor Society for Mathematical Sciences
Founded on May 25, 1914 at Syracuse University, PME currently has over 350 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the United States. WPI's chapter, Massachusetts Alpha, is the oldest PME chapter in Massachusetts, and Professor Peter Christopher is one of the founding members.
The purpose of the Society is to promote scholarly activity in mathematics among the students in academic institutions. PME publishes a journal with refereed articles for students and also by students, and currently edited and produced at WPI by Professor Brigitte Servatius. Learn more about PME’s activities and member opportunities.
WPI Chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
Student chapters of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) are organized at colleges and universities to encourage the promotion of applied mathematics and computational science to young mathematicians. Student chapters provide opportunities to share ideas, learn about careers in applied and computational mathematics, and develop networks with faculty and fellow students. Learn more…