Kappa Mu Epsilon, or KME, is a national math honors society. Trust me its more fun then it sounds. We meet ever other week on Wednesday night from 5:30 to about 6 or 6:30. We will have funny math jokes, yes those do exist. Talk about what events we have coming up. We often have guest speakers talking about different things in math. Last semester we had a professor who had worked for the NSA talk about his jobs in math. From what kinds of stuff he worked on in the NSA to what lead him to get his PhD in math and his journey on that path.
Outside of those meetings we have a few events each semester to have some fun. We do everything from a Bonfire in the fall to an integration bee, its like a spelling bee but with integration. Those events and meetings are open to everybody that wants to take part in them, not just those that have been initiated.
Our purpose is: “To foster a more engaged learning environment with in the mathematical studies.” The CSI, which stands for Center for Student Involvement not crime scene investigation, describes us like this “Math national honors society that celebrates the beauty of math through social, service, and academic events promoting both student and faculty involvement.”
The National website is: http://www.kappamuepsilon.org/