Pi Mu Epsilon

September 26, 2009
 Pi Mu Epsilon sponsored a pre public event for the FLL teams.

Two of the university students had used RoboLab in middle school

Now they are helping us come up with ideas for Smart Moves.

A highschool student has been a help in many camps and events.

 a SUDOKU break
Maggie Chenoweth

Maggie Chenoweth, daughter of Becky and Bob Chenoweth, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Marshall University with a 4.0 GPA.  She was a John Marshall scholar who double majored in applied mathematics and secondary math education and earned her minor in computer science.  While at Marshall, Maggie received funding through NASA for her research project that was eventually published in a national journal and was awarded first place in the Sigma Xi research day competition.  She was a student ambassador for the department of mathematics, president of Pi Mu Epsilon, senior representative for MUHSA, and member of the Marshall University Honors Program, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Golden Key International, and Gamma Beta Phi.  She recently received both the Outstanding Student in Mathematics award and the Outstanding Student in the College of Education award.  In the fall, Maggie plans on serving as a teaching assistant in Marshall’s math department as she begins her pursuit of a post-graduate degree.


Links of Linda Hamilton hamilton@marshall.edu
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