At SFA, our mathematics and statistics students have opportunities to build upon the mathematics they are learning in the classroom. In addition to participating in real-world research projects, Lumberjacks can join clubs and organizations that offer unique opportunities to learn, network and have fun with other majors who share similar interests.
For more information about clubs and organizations, you can contact your faculty advisor or visit our “AXES” database of clubs and organizations to find the best fit for your interests.
Mathematical Association of America
Lumberjacks can join the SFA chapter of the Mathematical Association of America, which offers members a wide range of year-round activities, including:
- Organizing and hosting a Calculus Bowl at state-level meetings
- Attending guest lectures, conferences and colloquia
- Planning movie nights, game nights and other social activities
- Participating in monthly mathematics competitions
For more information about the SFA chapter, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Jonathan Mitchell at 936.468.1606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SFA is home to the Texas Delta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, a national honorary mathematics society. Members attend interesting mathematics-related lectures, organize banquets and parties, and participate in fun campus-wide events like homecoming.
For more information about the SFA chapter, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Matt Beauregard at 936.468.1702 or email email@example.com.