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Bemidji State University Mathematics Club

The Epsilon Neighborhood


 

    The purpose of the math club is to stimulate student interest in the various phases for mathematics and computer science, and to promote fellowship among the members. Activities include curling, bowling, calculus cake, hex, sledding, catapult construction, math jeopardy, and many others.


The BSU Math and Physics Clubs celebrated Leonhard Eulerís 300th Birthday on April 17, 2007. The celebration included food, cake, trivia, a blind chalkboard-writing exercise, Euler Bingo, a presentation on Eulerís life, and an Euler impersonator.

Be sure to join us next year when we celebrate the birthday of another important physicist/mathematician!

Special thanks to the BSU Math Department for sponsoring the activities.

 

 

 

 

 


Step right up and Pi your favorite professor or math club official!

Thanks to everyone who participated in this yearís Pi toss at the Homecoming Carnival!

Here are a few snippets of the festivities:


 

February 22, 2006 Curling Meeting

 

 

Math Club Officers for 2006-2007:

 

 

President:

Sam Parsons

 

 

Vice President:

Tony Gilbert

 

 

Secretary:

Amy Palmer

 

 

Treasurer:

Michelle Morgan

 


Questions....please email us at bsumathclub@hotmail.com