The Alabama Alpha Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society, was chartered in 1922.seal of Pi Mu Epsilon honor society

The purpose of Pi Mu Epsilon is to promote scholarship and interest in mathematics. Invitation to membership is based on quantitative and qualitative achievement in mathematics and on general scholarship.

For more information, visit the national Pi Mu Epsilon website or contact the Alabama chapter’s faculty advisor, Dr. Bruce Trace.

2014 Members

  • Erin Adams
  • Zachary H. Adams
  • Joseph K. Aicher
  • Luke Bishop
  • Shelby S. Bookout
  • Justin Z. Brooks
  • Daniel D. Brown
  • Bernadette K. Bucher
  • Tianze Cao
  • Elijah S. Coleman
  • Keisha J. Cook
  • Matthew Dale Cossey
  • Patrick J. Crowley
  • Julia A. Etterer
  • Mallory E. Flowers
  • Natalie S. Goodwin
  • Kayla L. Grantham
  • William C. Griffith
  • Lauren D. Henry
  • Jeremy T. Hobson
  • Mary P. Hofmann
  • Steven T. Hohs
  • Jeffrey N. Holmes
  • Dominic A. Hughes
  • Melissa J. Jenkins
  • Taylor J. Johnson
  • Danielle D. Kastner
  • Brian F. Kraus
  • Stephanie L. Kuhne
  • Alexander M. Laminack
  • Chris Lample
  • Jared Levant
  • James B. Mahoney
  • Sean R. Mendez
  • Alexandra C. Morris
  • Gaines M. Murfee
  • Jason M. Nance
  • Davis M. O’Brien
  • Mary R. Ogilvie
  • Logan M. O’Neil
  • Maria L. Pappas
  • Naomi Perry
  • Mary M. Phillips
  • Christopher P. Popovich
  • Teresa N. Portone
  • Alexandra Rogers
  • Jonathon C. Romero
  • Dylan Sandy
  • Margaret L. Schneider
  • Cynthia E. Schopke
  • Cathryn T. Snow
  • Casey A. Sperrazza
  • Stefanie A. Spielberger
  • Justin M. Tarbox
  • Hannah K. Tyra
  • Christian J. Vandever
  • Mason Volk
  • Sergei Wallace
  • Michael T. Walser
  • Jason J. Wang
  • Ashleigh E. Ward
  • Joey Weed
  • Tyler Williams
  • Leighton W. Wilson
  • Joseph D. Wishon
  • Jeff Wysong
  • Feifei Xing
  • Fanfan Yin