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Kappa Mu Epsilon chapter welcomes new members

Connecticut Gamma, CCSU's chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, celebrates its newest members. (Photo by Michael Fiedler)

CCSU’s Kappa Mu Epsilon chapter, Connecticut Gamma, held its second initiation ceremony on Nov. 17 in Memorial Hall. The chapter launched last March with 23 students and five faculty charter members. KME, founded in 1931, is a mathematics honor society that encourages and promotes interest in mathematics among undergraduate students.

November’s inductees are Kaleab Admassu, Khaled Alsaqri, Nicholas Domenic Daddona, Sabrina Doolgar, Justin Tyler Fagnoni, Brandon T. Fennell, Rebecca Marie Fontaine, John Fox, Luke Daniel Graff, math department chair Dr. Philip Halloran, associate professor of math Shelly Jones, Shelby Kelley, Alexander Konefal, Matthew Konnik, Jason Madej, Cierra McGowan, Alyssa R. Mercaldi, Kevin John Moore, Karolina Aleksandra Osowiecka, Christopher P. Oville, Kathryn Ellen Rohner, Nicholas S. Tseka, William A. Tuxbury, Ryan Zimmer, and Gabriel Yawin.

Connecticut Gamma is one of approximately 150 other chapters across the United States.