# Kappa Mu Epsilon

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51 |
Department of MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.49 |
6/1/1957 | A National Mathematics Institute was held on campus, the first to be held on any teachers college campus in the United States; the department is experimenting to see if students can obtain as much from larger classes as they can from smaller ones; photo. | |

52 |
Kappa Mu Epsilon Sees Beauty in MathOld Gold 0:0, p.209 |
6/1/1957 | The motto of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to develop an appreciation of the beauty of mathematics; they also hold biennial national conventions that are attended by students and regional conventions during alternating years; photo. | |

53 |
Mathematics Club Applies PrinciplesOld Gold 0:0, p.237 |
6/1/1957 | The Mathematics Club meets once a month and usually has a speaker who is often a professor or a student; in the fall and spring, picnics are held with Kappa Mu Epsilon; photo. | |

54 |
Math frat elects future officersCollege Eye 48:31, p.3 |
5/29/1957 | List of Kappa Mu Epsilon officers. | |

55 |
Math students attend meetingCollege Eye 48:26, p.8 |
4/26/1957 | List of those who are attending Kappa Mu Epsilon convention. | |

56 |
Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.200 |
6/1/1956 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

57 |
TC group goes to math honoraryCollege Eye 47:26, p.1 |
4/13/1956 | Attend regional meeting of Kappa Mu Epsilon. | |

58 |
Honor Fraternity for MathematiciansOld Gold 0:0, p.187 |
6/1/1955 | Description of Kappa Mu Epsilon, the national honor fraternity in mathematics; photos. | |

59 |
Mathematics honorary elects 1955 officersCollege Eye 46:30, p.8 |
5/13/1955 | List of Kappa Mu Epsilon officers. | |

60 |
Mathematics fraternity initiates three membersCollege Eye 46:25, p.7 |
4/1/1955 | List of new members. | |

61 |
Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.169 |
6/1/1954 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

62 |
Kappa mu epsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.155 |
6/1/1953 | Clyde Dilley, Wayne Stark, and Patricia Mullaney serve as officers in the Kappa Mu Epsilon national honorary fraternity in mathematics; photo. | |

63 |
Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.175 |
6/1/1952 | Description of the national honor fraternity in mathematics; photo. | |

64 |
Special To: Buffalo Center TribunePublic Relations News Release 1951:187, p.1 |
11/20/1951 | Dorothy Johnson, Buffalo Center, has been initiated into Kappa Mu Spsilon, national mathematics honorary society, and Lambda Delta Lambda, national physical science honorary society at the college. Johnson is a senior student majoring in mathematics. | |

65 |
Special To: Inwood HeraldPublic Relations News Release 1951:185, p.1 |
11/20/1951 | Darlene Nelson, Inwood, has been initiated into Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honorary society at the college. Nelson is a junior student majoring in mathematics. | |

66 |
Special To: Le Mars Globe-PostPublic Relations News Release 1951:183, p.1 |
11/20/1951 | Margaret Green, Le Mars, has been initiated into Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honorary society at the college. Green is a senior student majoring in math and physical education for women. | |

67 |
Special To: Le Mars Semi-Weekly SentinelPublic Relations News Release 1951:184, p.1 |
11/20/1951 | Margaret Green, Le Mars, has been initiated into Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honorary society at the college. Green is a senior student majoring in math and physical education for women. | |

68 |
Special to: MadisonianPublic Relations News Release 1951:171, p.1 |
11/20/1951 | Dan Merrill, Winterset, has been intiated into Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honorary society at the college. Merrill, a senior student, is majoring in mathematics and physical education. | |

69 |
Special To: Toledo ChroniclePublic Relations News Release 1951:186, p.1 |
11/20/1951 | Leonard Yilek, Clutier, has been initiated into Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honorary society at the college. Yilek is a senior student majoring in mathematics. | |

70 |
Special To: Waterloo Daily CourierPublic Relations News Release 1951:188, p.1 |
11/20/1951 | Marian Rigdon, Dunkerton, has been initiated into Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honors society, and Lambda Delta Lambda, national physical science honorary society, at the college. Rigdon is a senior student majoring in mathematics and science. | |

71 |
Math honorary pledgesCollege Eye 43:9, p.5 |
11/16/1951 | List of Kappa Mu Epsilon pledges. | |

72 |
Math honorary elects Ponder for presidentCollege Eye 43:4, p.3 |
10/12/1951 | Wanda Ponder is president of Kappa Mu Epsilon. | |

73 |
Special to: Hampton ChroniclePublic Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1 |
10/11/1951 | Ernie Doeringsfeld, Hampton, has been elected secretary-treasurer of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity at the college. | |

74 |
Special to: Hampton TimesPublic Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1 |
10/11/1951 | Ernie Doeringsfeld, Hampton, has been elected secretary-treasurer of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity at the college. | |

75 |
Special to: Newton Daily NewsPublic Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1 |
10/11/1951 | Wanda Ponder, Newton, has been elected president of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity, at the college. | |

76 |
Special to: Ottumwa Daily CourierPublic Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1 |
10/11/1951 | Jack Wilkinson, Ottumwa, has been elected vice president of Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity at the college. | |

77 |
Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.165 |
6/1/1951 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

78 |
Kappa mu epsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.140 |
6/1/1950 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

79 |
Math honorary hears discussion on EinsteinCollege Eye 41:10, p.8 |
11/18/1949 | Don Edwards presented the discussion. | |

80 |
Math honor society plans Sat. breakfastCollege Eye 41:6, p.8 |
10/21/1949 | ||

81 |
Special group eventsCollege Eye 41:6, p.6 |
10/21/1949 | Schedule of Homecoming activities. | |

82 |
Honorary OrganizationsOld Gold 0:0, p.114 |
6/1/1949 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

83 |
Kappa Mu elects officers for yearCollege Eye 40:29, p.4 |
5/6/1949 | List of officers and initiates. | |

84 |
Van Engen students at math meetingCollege Eye 40:26, p.3 |
4/15/1949 | Attended Kappa Mu Epsilon meeting in Kansas. | |

85 |
Math Frat will meet in Van Engen homeCollege Eye 40:18, p.8 |
2/4/1949 | Dave McClure will speak. | |

86 |
Mathematics fraternity initiates new membersCollege Eye 40:11, p.8 |
12/3/1948 | Roster of new members. | |

87 |
Math group will meet in Van Engen homeCollege Eye 40:7, p.8 |
10/29/1948 | Loren Sheldahl will give demonstration. | |

88 |
Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.221 |
6/1/1948 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

89 |
MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.36 |
6/1/1948 | With many students coming to the department with varying abilities in math, the faculty has devised a method for placement for the students. Student learn how math has grown with civilization and The Math Club helps create interest in the subject; photo. | |

90 |
Van Engen to initiate Colorado math fratCollege Eye 39:30, p.8 |
5/7/1948 | Serving as national president of Kappa Mu Epsilon. | |

91 |
New officers elected for Kappa Mu EpsilonCollege Eye 39:28, p.7 |
4/23/1948 | List of officers. | |

92 |
Van Engen to attend Michigan conferenceCollege Eye 39:22, p.3 |
3/12/1948 | Serving as president of Kappa Mu Epsilon. | |

93 |
New members initiated to Kappa Mu EpsilonCollege Eye 39:20, p.8 |
2/20/1948 | List of new members. | |

94 |
Knee succeeds Hillsten as club presidentCollege Eye 39:13, p.5 |
12/19/1947 | Of Mathematics Club. | |

95 |
Calendar system should be changed, says CableCollege Eye 38:32, p.3 |
5/16/1947 | Professor Cable makes recommendations for calendar reform. | |

96 |
Van Engen elected KMU presidentCollege Eye 38:28, p.3 |
4/18/1947 | Elected to national office. | |

97 |
Four attending KMU nationalCollege Eye 38:27, p.3 |
4/11/1947 | KMU recently reorganized after several years of inactivity. | |

98 |
K. M. E. initiates six new membersCollege Eye 38:26, p.7 |
4/4/1947 | Resuming activities after inactivity during the war; list of new members. | |

99 |
Department of MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.66 |
6/1/1943 | Women are shining in the mathematics field as future teachers, a field formerly held just by men. The department has two organizations, the Mathematics Club and Kapp Mu Epsilon, and Mr. Henry Van Engen is head of the department; photo. | |

100 |
Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.67 |
6/1/1943 | Kappa Mu Epsilon is the goal of every mathematician on campus, 17 hours of mathematics with a 3.25 average and 75 hours of other course work with a 2.5 average makes one eligible for this honorary organization; photo. |

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