Professional and honor societies

The Foundation for Undergraduate Mathematicians (FUM) is the name of the Missouri S&T undergraduate math club.  The group meets regularly throughout the semester on Thursday evenings.  Typical meetings include activities such as problem-solving sessions, research presentations from faculty or department graduate students, information sessions and workshops, and other social events.  The group is open to all undergraduate math majors.  If you are interested in joining the group, please use the following link to be added to the mailing list: link. We hope to see you at the next meeting!

Mathematical Association of America Student Chapter - The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the world's largest organization devoted to the interests of collegiate mathematics. MAA student chapters, including the one at Missouri S&T, are open to any undergraduate student; the only requirement for membership is interest in mathematics. Benefits of membership include opportunities to meet other students with similar interests, contact with the mathematics community, lectures, films, and discussions about mathematics and its applications, career information, and the opportunity to fill a leadership role.

Kappa Mu Epsilon - A national mathematics honor society, KME maintains a tutoring room where students can get help with mathematics homework in courses through the calculus sequence. The social activities of the society include a picnic, usually held near the beginning of the fall semester, and a banquet each semester.