As Agent Erdős in the David Roach/Justin Patton/Math Club
produced film "The Zero Matrix," which premiered in October 2008.
(Click here to watch it on YouTube.)
At the Kentucky Section meeting of the MAA on the campus of Western Kentucky University, March 2008.
Glenna Buford and Jessica Blalock living it up at the EMC Halloween Party, October 2006.
Pumpkin decorating at the EMC Halloween Party, October 2006.
At Centre College in Danville, Kentucky for the the annual meeting of the Kentucky section of the Mathematical Association of America, April 2006.
At the Math Club / Pi Mu Epsilon Christmas Banquet, December 2005.
Left to right: Dr. Chris Mecklin (Pi Mu Epsilon's faculty advisor), Dr. Rob Donnelly, Nathn Hirtz (kneeling), Amanda Wallace, Josh Smith, Pet Kong Chu, Kendall Lynch, Josh Wood, and Craig Collins.
Math Club Student Colloquium speakers Amanda Wallace, Josh Smith, and Kendall Lynch, Spring 2005.
Math Club Student Colloquium speakers Amanda Wallace, Josh Smith, and
Kendall Lynch, Spring 2005.
For those of you who are counting, their mug shot numbers are, left to right, pi, i, and the golden ratio. (They're nerds.)
At the Math Club's annual Calcutta lottery, March 2005. Everyone's in!
At the Math Club's annual Calcutta lottery, March 2005.
At the Math Club's NCAA Championship game party, April 2005.
Left to right: Stephanie Kelly, Amanda Wallace, Josh Smith, Brandon Cayton, Robert Samuelson, Rob Donnelly, Wes Bickford, Ryan Cobb, and Jordan Kelleher.
Winning slogan (courtesy of Wes Bickford) for the Math Club T-shirt contest, Spring 2005.
The Pi Mu Epsilon inductees at the Math Club / Pi Mu Epsilon Christmas Banquet, December 2004.
Left to right: Brandon Hale, Dr. Chris Mecklin (Pi Mu Epsilon faculty sponsor), Eric Geisler, Nicole Parker, Josh Smith, Elaine Moss, Todd Neal, Nathan Hirtz, and Kendall Lynch.
At the Math Club / Pi Mu Epsilon Christmas Banquet, December 2004.
The first-ever Math Club Ornament Contest had these entrants: Elaine Moss (an EMC stocking), Josh Smith (a Pascal's Triangle Christmas tree), Dr. Donnelly (a glass ball full of hair, supposedly referencing the Hairy Ball Theorem of topology), and Dr. Porter (a small tub of butter tied with a straw wrapper).
(Dr. Porter did not win. Neither did Dr. Donnelly.)
Ummm, is that the Village People? At the Math Club Halloween party, October 2004.
This one is entitled: ''Dude at the Math Club Halloween party, October 2004.''
''Pumpkin Pi'' (courtesy of Josh Smith) at the Math Club Halloween party, October 2004.
Presentation to the Math Club and Pi Mu Epsilon, October 2004.
At the Math Club and MAT 099 cookout, Fall 2004.
Left to right: Wyatt Alverson, Ethan Alverson, Josh Smith, Dr. Omer Yayenie, and me.
Volleyball at the Math Club and MAT 099 cookout, Fall 2004.
At the Math Club's annual Calcutta lottery, March 2004.
Ryan Clark offered the best caption for this one:
''Yeah... claw beats rock!''
Funnelling cheetos after the auction, March 2004.
At Matt B's with EMC faculty cosponsor Scott Lewis, Spring
I assume we ordered the Math Club special (a slice of pepperoni with tomatoes).
Spring Meeting of the Kentucky MAA at Bellarmine University in Louisville,
Pictured left to right are Ryan Clark, Don Bennett, David Roach, Rob Donnelly, Holly Clark, Andy Perkins, Carrie Aubuchon, Wyatt Alverson, and Scott Lewis.
60's party hosted by the Math Club, March 2003. Don Bennett and Wayne Bell were two of the honorees.
60's party hosted by the Math Club, March 2003. Two hexagenarians living it up.
Spring Meeting of the Kentucky MAA at Georgetown College in Georgetown
Kentucky, April 2002.
Pictured from left to right on the front row are David Roach, Scott Lewis, Ryan Clark, Holly Clark, and Don Bennett.
On the back row (l to r) are Rob Donnelly, Jon Ernstberger, Maeve McCarthy, Alison Marr, Stacy Lawler, Chris Robinson, and Gary Goodaker.
With Gary Goodaker (far left), Jon Ernstberger (second from right), and
Chris Robinson (far right)
at the Spring Meeting of the Kentucky MAA at Georgetown College in Georgetown Kentucky, April 2002.
The Math Club plays mini-golf, February 2002.
With the EMC at Corvette Bowling Lanes, February 2002.
Our victims this year were students from the Murray State Honors Program.
With Wyatt Alverson and myself keeping score, somehow we managed to win again.
At Corvette Bowling Lanes, February 2001.
This game of pool was just a warm-up for the main event: The Math Club rocked the Geosciences Club in the 1st Annual Math Club/Geosciences Club Bowling Challenge.
For Geosciences majors: Can you find the pun in the last sentence?
March 2000. On the road with MSU students, heading to the Kentucky MAA
meeting at Eastern Kentucky University.
At the December 1999 Math Club/Pi Mu Epsilon Christmas Banquet, discussing
Murray State history with my great uncle, Hunter Hancock (1910 -
Dr. Hancock was a longtime chair of the MSU Biology Department, and it was his vision that brought the Hancock Biological Station to Murray State.
Department of Mathematics and Statistics