**PME Student Presentation Awards **

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

*Statistical Analysis of the Percentage Body Fat in Men*

**Tara Cruickshank**

Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

*Introduction to and Applications of Markov Chains*

**David Gohlke**

Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

*The Mathematics of the Game of Set*

**Sara Jensen**

Carthage College (Wisconsin Epsilon)

*Number Theory and Ice Cream Cones*

**Lee Kennard**

Kenyon College (Ohio Pi)

*A Solution to PME Journal problem 1113, Fall 2005*

**David Martin**

Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

*Perfect Numbers and the Abundancy Index*

**William Stanton**

Kenyon College (Ohio Pi)

*The Loneliest Number*

**Jeffrey Ward**

Clarkson University (New York Omicron)

The **Council on Undergraduate Research** funds a $150 award for outstanding student research and exposition at the Pi Mu Epsilon sessions. This year's award went to Jennifer Carmichael.

*When are Caley tables Sudoku puzzles?*

**Jennifer Carmichael**

Western Oregon University (Oregon Delta)

The **Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics** funds $150 awards for outstanding student exposition and research in applied mathematics at the Pi Mu Epsilon sessions. This year's awards are listed below:

*Applications of Bootstrapping*

**Tyler Drombosky**

Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

*Modeling Simple Laminar and Turbulent Flames*

**Nick Gemuenden**

Youngstown State University (Ohio Xi)

The **MAA Special Interest Group -- Environmental Mathematics** funds $150 awards for outstanding student exposition and research in environmental mathematics at the Pi Mu Epsilon sessions. This year there were no eligible presentations in this category.