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Student Activities and Clubs
About once a month our colloquium series invites a speaker to enlighten us on a topic of their interest! Find out what is coming up for the future and review past presentation topics and speakers.
Pi Mu Epsilon Problem of the Month
Each month we pose a problem for all to solve. Try it, you might like it!
You can also view past problems and those who solved them.
Problem Solving Competition
Each month a mathematics-focused problem, typically at the Calculus 1 level or higher, appears. The Longwood student with the most correct solutions in a school year is eligible to compete in the US National Collegiate Mathematics Championship, held at MathFest.
Contact Dr. Shoenthal for more information.
Virginia Tech Regional Mathematics Competition
Each year, Virginia Tech sponsors a regional mathematics competition. Over 130 colleges and universities in Virginia and surrounding states compete for prizes and glory.
Contact Dr. Shoenthal if you are interested in participating.
The Association for Computing Machinery Student Club. The ACM sponsors and participates in several activities throughout the academic year including the ACM programming contest and the well-received "bash the computer" booth at Oktoberfest.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert Marmorstein
The Math Club sponsors several activities throughout the year, including a game night for faculty and students.
Faculty Advisors: Drs. Leigh Lunsford and Leah Shilling-Traina
Pi Mu Epsilon
Virginia Epsilon Chapter
The Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics honor society is through invitation only based on academic performance. Our Virginia Epsilon chapter sponsors the famous "Problem of the Month" as well as offering tutoring sessions to Longwood students before final exams.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Thomas Wears
Virginia Piedmont Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Each year Longwood University hosts this conference. PCTM primarily serves the counties of Amelia, Appomattox, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Lunenburg, Nottoway, Powahattan, and Prince Edward.
For more information contact Dr. Emerson-Stonnell.