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 )

(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 )