Mathematics and Computer Science

Student Organizations

Join a department-sponsored club to explore your interests.

The Math and Computer Science department is pleased to sponsor a wide range of student organizations, helping students to meet like minded peers and to learn new skills outside of the classroom at Adelphi.

Our department currently sponsors the following organizations.

 American Mathematical Society Student Chapter

The American Mathematical Society (AMS) is a national society of mathematicians with a mission to further the interests of mathematical research, scholarship and education, serving the national and international community through publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs. The AMS student chapter at Adelphi is a great experience for young mathematicians to meet with other like minded individuals in both a social and formal setting. This chapter is interested in helping students travel to local math conferences as well as bringing in outside speakers to introduce new and innovative research topics to the student body.

Faculty Adviser: Branden Stone

Cyber-Security Club

The Cyber-Security Club provides an opportunity for the students to learn more about cyber-security in a fun filled and relaxed environment.

Faculty Adviser: Kees Leune

» Visit the Cyber-Security Club page on MyAULife

Games Club

The Gamers and Artists Making Epic Software Club (aka GAMES Club) provides an opportunity for the students to learn more about games and gaming in a fun filled and relaxed environment.

Faculty Adviser: Lee Stemkoski

» Visit the GAMES Club page on MyAULife

Pi Mu Epsilon

Pi Mu Epsilon (PME) is a national honor society dedicated to the promotion of mathematics and recognition of students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding. Students may seek membership into the society in their sophomore year if they satisfy the GPA requirements.

Faculty Adviser: William L. Quirin

Robotics Club

The Adelphi Robotics Club provides an opportunity for the students to learn more about robotics in a fun filled and relaxed environment.

Faculty Adviser: Kristin Pepper, David Chays

» Visit the Robotics Club page on MyAULife

 

For further information, please contact:

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
p – 516.877.4480

 
 
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