Mark Hamner receives national mathematics honor society service award

June 10, 2021—DENTON—TWU Vice Provost for Institutional Research & Improvement Mark Hamner, PhD, was selected as the 2021 recipient of the Kappa Mu Epsilon (KME) George Mach Distinguished Service Award.

KME is a national mathematics honor society for undergraduate students. Hamner served as the honor society's TWU chapter adviser for many years before becoming active in the national organization. His service at the national level was recognized by the Mach Award, and he will be honored with a plaque and $500 given to the TWU KME chapter.

According to the KME website, "The George Mach Distinguished Service Award is KME's most important award, and is given biennially to recognize an individual who has served the society with distinction... Nominations are solicited from the chapters. The National Council determines the recipient."

KME was founded in 1931, and the TWU chapter was established in 1947.

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