The Department hosts the Math & Computer Science Society. They sponsor an annual Career Night, resume writing workshops, Git and Github workshops, internship workshops, karaoke, and math jeopardy. There is a chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics which hosts game nights, hikes, kayaking, and an event for their graduates. In addition to having a Sigma Xi club, Santa Clara University has a chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society, a chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the national computer science honor society, and a student chapter of the Mathematical Association of America.
Santa Clara University is an institutional member of the following organizations:
- American Mathematical Society
- Association for Computing Machinery
- Association for Women in Mathematics
- Mathematical Association of America
Faculty in the department are active in professional organizations, in particular the Mathematical Association of America, and the national director of the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is a member of the department.
The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) at Santa Clara University chapter holds exciting events which bring students closer together. This community supports the advancement of women in the field of mathematics. This means it does not hold gender requirements for membership, just a love for mathematics and a support for equality in the field. Some of the events which these members have held this academic year include a game night, a hike, and an informational session with local recruiters. All these events have allowed the students to come closer together as a community as well as participate in some friendly math-related competition, enjoy the beauty of nature, and gain some valuable connections.
Our AWM chapter at SCU is constantly gaining new members, so if you are a current student in the department or interested in becoming one, be sure to involve yourself in this great community.