Undergraduate Research – Midterm Presentations

You are invited to the midterm presentations given by our senior mathematics students enrolled in Math 385 or Math 386.  The students in Math 385 are working on undergraduate research projects one-on-one with a faculty mentor.  The students in Math 386 completed a summer internship or research experience and are communicating the interesting mathematics learned during the experience with the Simpson community.  The talks will be held in three sessions

Tuesday, October 8, 9:40-11:10am, Jordan Lecture Hall
Addi O’Conner
Ethan Newman
Nathan May – Medata in Social Networks
Junior Rodriguez
Emily Dornbusch – Fractal Dimensions

Tuesday, October 8, 11:20-12:50pm, Carver Science 312
Heather Malbon – Graph Theory and Economics
Michael Frank – Investigating Anthropogenic Mammoth Extinction with Mathematical Models
Abby Lantzky – Actuarial Internship at Principal Financial

Tuesday, October 8, 2:10-3:40pm, Jordan Lecture Hall
Jessica Stillmunkes – Actuarial Internship
Rob Heise
Corey Sterling – Colored Bridge Problem
Max Nguyen – The Value of Flexibility for Major League Baseball Teams
Stacy Bergeson – Connect-It Games

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