Student Advisory Board
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is a group of students who periodically meet with the department chair(s) to discuss issues important to majors and minors. The SAB provides input regarding the curriculum and possible future courses, and works with the Department to improve the student experience. The SAB represents the interests of all students and encourages suggestions from all students in the college’s mathematics and statistics courses.
To contact the Student Advisory Board, please email them at email@example.com.
Math & Stat Club
Meetings: Every Wednesday at 12:00pm in SCP 229.
Facebook: Math Club TCNJ
Twitter: Math Club TCNJ
Current Officers (through January 2018):
Emily Thompson- Co-President (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sharon Ling- Co-President (email@example.com)
Danielle Demateis- Vice President
Alina Kuvelkar- Treasurer
Kate O’Connor- Publicist
Current Officers (through May 2018):
Ethan Crasto- Co-President (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gina Lee Celia- Co-President (email@example.com)
Alina Kuvelkar- Vice President/ Treasurer
Danielle Demateis- Secretary/ Webmaster
Council of Student Teachers of Mathematics (CSTM)
TCNJ CSTM is an organization intended for TCNJ undergraduate students interested in teaching mathematics at the K-12 grade level. It is recognized as a student affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey (AMTNJ). Our goal is to create a sense of community among math education members, support each other as we progress through our programs, and collaborate in volunteer efforts and other such events.
President: Kristen Villane (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice President: Amanda Ianucilli
Secretary: Melissa Meddleton
Treasurer: Brielle Rubin
Co-Community Liaisons:Hillary Kim and Shelly Rasnitsyn
For any questions or clarifications:
TCNJ Actuarial Science Club is an organization for TCNJ students who are interested in the actuarial career path. We are a recognized club by the Student Government. We meet biweekly to discuss resources, practice problems, job opportunities, and other related matters. The organization is intended to be educational and informational for those looking to pursue an actuarial career.