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Undergraduate Research

Undergraduates have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research projects. These mathematical or interdisciplinary projects provide exposure to research and enables the student to enhance their skills, understanding and knowledge. 

Prior Projects:

  • A B-Cell-Driven Model of Antibody Response in an Immunocompromised System, Adam Abdulhafid (Dr. Evan Haskell, Advisor)
  • Applications of Abstract Algebra to Puzzle Modeling, Sharbel Bousemaan (Dr. Ricardo Carrera, Advisor)
  • What is a Fractal?, Bryan Candela (Dr. Ricardo Carrera and Dr. Evan Haskell, Advisors)
  • The Language of Mathematics, Bryan Candela (Dr. Abdelkrim Bourouihiya and Dr. Fuzhen Zhang, Advisors)
  • The Study of Keeping Secrets Secret By Means of Cryptography, Amy Van (Dr. Ricardo Carrera and Dr. Saeed Rajput)
  • Math and Politics: Analyzing Political Polling in 2008, Kelly Koziol (Dr. Jason Gershman, Advisor)

Awards:

  • First place poster at the 2012 Udergraduate Student Symposium: A B-Cell-Driven Model of Antibody Response in an Immunocompromised System, Adam Abdulhafid (Dr. Evan Haskell, Advisor)
  • Second place poster at the 2013 Undergraduate Student Symposium: Applications of Abstract Algebra to Puzzle Modeling, Sharbel Bousemaan (Dr. Ricardo Carrera, Advisor) 
  • Undergraduate Student Abbiana Arenas Wins Award for Research Presentation at International Biomathematics Symposium
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