## Department of Mathematics and Philosophy

### Undergraduate Research in Mathematics and Philosophy

1-2 Semester Hours (Math 444)

Dedicated, individual pursuit of a mathematical or philosophical topic/application from an area of research that is represented with the department culminating in a final paper or presentation to peers and faculty. Listed below are the areas in which our faculty assist students. Please click on the area you are interested in for a list of faculty mentors.

#### Research Groups:

- Algebra
- Algebraic Coding Theory
- Analysis (Real, Complex, and Nonstandard)
- Applied Mathematics
- Combinatorics
- Differential Equations
- Logic
- Mathematics Education
- Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry
- Philosophy
- Statistics

#### Thomas Helm Undergraduate Research Day Presentations

- Mathematics Presentations 2019

Poster Presentation by Logan Brown: "Triangle Tents: Modeling With Mathematics", under guidance from Dr. Robert Mann.

Poster Presentation by Jesus Aguirre and Alejandro Rangel: " Beginning Logic for Middle School Students", under guidance of Dr. James Olsen.

- Mathematics Presentations 2018
- Mathematics Presentations 2016
- Philosophy Presentations 2016
- Philosophy Presentations 2015
- Mathematics Presentations 2013
- Mathematics Presentations 2012
- Mathematics Presentations 2011
- Mathematics Presentations 2010
- Mathematics Presentations 2009
- Mathematics Presentations 2008

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