Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, OH 43015
Computer Science students participate in several programming contests throughout the academic year. In each contest, teams of 3-4 students work together to solve a variety of programming problems within a specified time limit.
The “Programming Contest Season” currently includes four contests:
Pi Mu Epsilon is an honor society whose purpose is the promotion and recognition of scholarly activity in mathematics by students at academic institutions that have been chartered as chapters of the society. Students at the sophomore level or above are eligible for admission. Ohio Wesleyan’s chapter, known as Ohio Beta, was the 13th chapter to be chartered. It was founded in 1927. Each year, a committee of faculty members reviews the academic records and scholarly activity of eligible candidates. Membership in Pi Mu Epsilon is awarded to those students who demonstrate interest, ability, and future promise in mathematics.
Mathematics students participate in two main contests:
OWU students and faculty collaborate on research in a variety of ways: