Department of Mathematics
Presentations by mathematics majors at the 2012 Undergraduate Research Day
Several of our mathematics majors participated in the 2012 Undergraduate Research Day on April 18th. Following is a listing of those students along with the names of their faculty advisors and their topics.
- "Triangle Treachery: Investigating the Area and Perimeter of a Triangle to Create Connections between Algebra, Geometry, and Measurement"
Joseph Illinchman with Dr. Robert Mann
- "Moving from Conjecture to Confirmation in Mathematics"
Anginette Parsons with Dr. Iraj Kalantari
- "Fourier Series "
Josh Davis with Dr. Marko Kranjc
- "Fibonacci Sequences, the Rabbit problem, and the Golden Ratio"
Grant McCreight, Julia Farnesi, Katy Hattula, and Dayna WIlkens with Dr. Marie-Claire Koissi
- "Archimedes Calculation of the Area of a Circle and the Volume Formulas"
Tara Rednour, Brianna Martin, and Jennifer Powell with Dr. Marie-Claire Koissi