The Department of Mathematical Sciences hosts student groups in Mathematics, Statistics, and Actuarial Science
DePaul Math Club
The DePaul Math Club typically meets at noon each Friday during the academic year. The Club provides fun and interesting activities and programs to benefit students of mathematics at all levels. The club hosts talks by faculty and students on mathematical topics outside of regular course content, in addition to regular fun features like the Integration Bee and problem-solving sessions. Pizza is provided at most Friday meetings of the DePaul Math Club. For more information about the DePaul Math Club, email email@example.com or visit their orgsync page.
Statistics in the Community (STATCOM) is an organization of graduate statistics students that offers pro bono statistical consulting services to local businesses and organizations for the purpose of creating a culture of service while engaging students in consulting and leadership work. Founded at Purdue University in 2001, the STATCOM network now extends nationwide.
STATCOM Chicago was launched at DePaul University in 2008. Today the group serves clients in the Chicagoland area with the help of students from the Illinois Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Rosalind Franklin University. For more information, visit STATCOM Chicago. The STATCOM group has also been featured in DePaul Distinctions.
Actuarial Science Club
The DePaul Actuarial Science Club is an organization of undergraduate and graduate students at DePaul University who are interested in Actuarial Science. The club seeks to mentor interested students by:
- Inviting professionals to speak about the Actuarial industry.
- Helping students network with their peers and industry figureheads.
- Organizing study groups for the Society of Actuaries (SOA) exams.
For more information, visit the DePaul Actuarial Science Club on OrgSync.