Congratulations to winners in the 2014 KME Integration Bee held this past Saturday! Pictured above from left to right, Valerie Free (1st place), Evan Datz (2nd place), Melinda Mathews (3rd place), Tyler Gardner (4th place).
Congratulations to Shahodat Shamieva for recently passing Actuarial Exam 1/P.
The Actuarial profession is consistently ranked as a top-rated job(http://www.beanactuary.com/about/best_job.cfm). Most practicing actuaries today have a degree in Math, Actuarial Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Finance or Economics. The Actuarial Science Minor consists of the coursework needed to pursue this profession. Presented by Graham Royer & Chandra Miller Buck Consultants Thursday, March 6, 3:30 VH 1000 […]
Congratulations to Chris Van Boening and Molly Dieckman for recently accepting positions as Actuaries. Chris will be with Kemper and Molly will be with Towers Watson, both of St. Louis.
Wed. Feb 12 – vote on club semester activity, figure out Valentines fundraiser Thurs. Feb 13 / Fri. Feb 14 – Valentine Cards fundraiser Fri. Feb 21 – Club game / movie discussion night! -8pm in a BNB lounge Wed. Feb 26 – David Joyce student guest presentation Wed. Mar 19 – joint meeting with […]
Congratulations to Jancee Jarman, Kyle Carmody, Brad Gerling, Molly Dieckman & Eric Volstromer for recently passing Actuarial Exam 1/P. Congratulations to Waymond Johnson for accepting a position as an Actuary and to Jancee Jarman for accepting a summer Actuarial Internship, both will be at Towers Watson in St. Louis.
Congratulations to Duncan Reynolds for recently accepting a position as an Actuary with Buck Consultants in St. Louis.
This past Saturday, KME inducted 7 new members into the chapter. Pictured below are (top Row) Katherine Maxwell, Chris To, Carnahan Lovewell, Matt Short, Evan Datz (bottom row) Teresa Boschert, Alora Bauer. This brings Truman’s KME chapter total membership number to 554 since it was first installed here at Truman on December 7, 1968.
It was ladies’ night at this semester’s MAA Texas Hold ‘Em tournament. Junior business major Anna Price (center) was the overall winner of the tournament held last Friday night. Freshman math major Katharine Siemer (right) placed second and senior math major Abby Faron (left) took third place. Thanks to all who came out to play!
The student chapter of the Math Association of America is hosting a poker tournament at 5:30pm Friday November 15th in the VH common area. Entry is free, and there will be prizes for the top placing players. All math, cs, stat, and related majors are invited to come and bring friends. Food will be provided.