Pi Mu Epsilon Student Presentation Awards
2005 MathFest - Albuquerque, New Mexico



The Council on Undergraduate Research Award ($150) for the best research presentation at the Pi Mu Epsilon sessions went to Chantel Blackburn.

Finite and Infinite Configurations in the Hausdorff Metric Geometry
Chantel Blackburn
Andrews University (Michigan Gamma )

The Pi Mu Epsilon Student Speaker Awards funded by the American Mathematical Society
(in alphabetical order):

Let Me Do A Little Number
Jason Brinker
St. Norbert College (Wisconsin Delta)

Can Your or Can't You Count Cantor?
Jennifer Carmichael
Western Oregon University (Oregon Delta)

Key Generation of a Group-Oriented, Threshold Cryptosystem
Stephanie Deacon
University of Texas at San Antonio (Texas Omicron)

Modeling Bacterial Growth in the Presence of Toxins
David Gohlke
Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

Applications of Lie Symmetry Groups to Minimal Surfaces
Angela Hicks
Furman University (South Carolina Delta)

An Alternate Demonstration of Euler's Formula
David Martin
Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

An Introduction to Knot Theory
Maria Salcedo
Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

Exploring Groups with Perfect Order Subsets (POS)
Tina Smith
McNeese State University (Louisiana Epsilon )