Welcome back to Cal Poly for Fall 2013!
Cal Poly Open House 2013 - Celebrating 20 Years
Look! Our first dollar! And it's a twenty.
Amazing! The Magic box problem has been solved.
Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society designed to appeal essentially to undergraduate students. It was founded by Dr. Emily Wyant, a graduate of the University of Missouri, working closely with Professor L.P. Woods, head of the Department of Mathematics at Northeastern Oklahoma State Teachers College.
KME's motto is "Develop an appreciation for the beauty of mathematics." The objective of the organization since its inception has been the fulfillment of this motto. Official business of Kappa Mu Epsilon is transacted at national conventions by delegates elected by each chapter and by members of KME's National Council. The convention is held in the spring every two years during odd numbered years, and as well as conducting regular business, the conventions are an opportunity for the presentation of student papers.
Kappa Mu Epsilon's five-fold objectives are:
The Pentagon is the official journal of the Society. It is published semiannually in the spring and fall of each year. Articles of interest to undergraduate mathematics students are included, as are news items about various chapters, and a problems section.