Ashland University Students Make Presentations at Meeting
A number of Ashland University students from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science participated in the Spring Meeting of the Ohio Section of the Mathematical Association of America held at Kent State University on April 16-17.
Those Ashland students who presented papers at the spring meeting were:
Nicholas Blankenship – “An NBA Fan’s New Year’s Resolution”
Alan Dunson – “Origins of Sudoku!”
Nathaniel Ferron – “To Deal or Not to Deal”
Shawn Kiss – “The Parallel Climbers Puzzle”
Sean McGraw – “A History of the Function”
Michael Nelson – “Redistricting/Gerrymandering: A Mathematical Evaluation”
Todd Polak – “The Distribution of Primes Modulo 3 and 4”
Andrew Rowe – “Cyclogons: Rolling with Polygons”
Matthew Schwan – “Unlocking the Keys: A Mathematical Look at Instrument Tuning”
Mollie Sturm -- "Math Madness: Tournament Ranking Methods"
The following students also participated in the Student Team competition at the meeting:
Nicholas Blankenship, Sean McGraw, Nicole Peterson, Todd Polak, Andrew Rowe, Teresa Schermerhorn, Cara Smith, Mollie Sturm and Polly Widmer.