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Cameron Inducted into National Honorary at Clarkson University
Clarkson University student Christopher S. Cameron of Middlesex, Vt., has been inducted into the New York Omicron chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon.
Pi Mu Epsilon is a national honorary society that recognizes outstanding achievement in mathematics. Cameron, a junior mathematics major, was inducted into the prestigious honorary in April.
Phi Mu Epsilon promotes scholarly activity in mathematics among students in postsecondary institutions. To be chosen a member of Pi Mu Epsilon is a very high honor. Under the direction of its student officers, Pi Mu Epsilon has sponsored or participated in a variety of activities, including speakers on careers in mathematics, "Math and Science Day" (for high school students), student-faculty volleyball nights, pizza parties, and graduate school night.
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