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Mathematics Clubs and Associations

Pepperdine Math Club

The Pepperdine Math Club provides students with the opportunity to become leaders both in the Pepperdine community and the community at large. The club offers a variety of activities that span department and campus-wide events including:

  • Tuesday Tea Talks
  • Annual Math Formal
  • Semester Barbecues
  • Pi Mu Epsilon Honor Society Meetings
  • Pi Day Celebrations
  • Campus and Community Outreach

Science Modeling Club

Science Modeling Club is a venue for learning mathematical and scientific modeling in a fun environment. It is open to students of all majors and academic backgrounds. In the club, students ask quantitative questions and then explore modeling approaches, model writing, analysis, simulation, parameterization, and interpretation of results that feed back into asking new questions. Students are also encouraged to participate in team modeling competitions such as COMAP's Mathematical Contest in Modeling and Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling.

Pi Mu Epsilon Honor Society

Pi Mu Epsilon is an honor society dedicated to recognizing students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding. Undergraduate students are eligible for membership once completing two semesters of calculus, two additional math courses (at or above the calculus level), and maintaining a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.

Additional Clubs and Associations

Non-Pepperdine clubs and organizations that math majors might be interested in are listed below: