Student Organizations

Pi Mu Epsilon

The Florida Epsilon Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon is one of the oldest continuously active student honor societies at USF. Its objective is to recognize and promote scholarly activity among USF mathematics students, particularly undergraduates. So far it has inducted more than 750 new PME members since its foundation in 1966.

Invitation to membership in the society can be extended not only to highly achieving math undergraduate students, but also to graduate students, faculty, and other persons whom the society deems math-meritorious. Minimum requirements for invitation to membership for undergraduate students include a general GPA of 3.0, and a math GPA of 3.5 including two calculus courses, and two upper-level college math courses.

The USF Math Club

The Math Club at the University of South Florida (USF) is the USF chapter of the Mathematical Association of America. The Club meets bi-weekly to bring together students from diverse areas of mathematical interest. The purpose is to share knowledge and pursue mathematical endeavors. Graduate and undergraduate students of all majors are encouraged to attend.

For further information about club events, please visit the Math Club on Facebook, follow them on Instagram, or join the discussion on Discord.

The mission of the Math Club is three-fold:

  • Provide a platform for undergraduate and graduate students to present papers, research, ideas, etc.
  • Facilitate formal, as well as informal, interaction between faculty and students.
  • Stimulate interest in Mathematics outside of the classroom.

The faculty advisor of the USF Math Club is Dr. Thomas Bieske.

ASA Student Chapter

The American Statistical Association University of South Florida Student Chapter (ASAUSF) is a student-run organization for both graduate and undergraduate students interested in the study of statistics in the broadest sense. The purpose of ASAUSF according to the American Statistical Association (ASA) is “to provide opportunities for students to connect with other students interested in statistics and interact with prominent statisticians locally and at national meetings.”

The goals of the organizations are to:

  • Encourages students to continue studying statistics and provides career information in the statistical sciences.
  • Organize, promote, and conduct activities beneficial to the students interested in statistics.
  • Disseminate information of interest to current and potential USF students interested in statistics.

The faculty advisor of the USF ASA Student Chapter is Professor Chris P. Tsokos.