Math Research Without Limits!

posted Nov 12, 2012, 1:21 PM by Brad Kohl   [ updated Nov 12, 2012, 2:13 PM ]

The following math research students have been invited to share their work in the Service Learning Showcase at the 24th Annual National Service Learning Conference in Denver, Colorado.  The conference began in 1989 and draws nearly 2,000 participants each year.  Fewer than half of the applicants who submit their work to be considered for the Service Learning Showcase are invited to participate.  


Amy Yin:  Schools in Residential Settings What are the impacts on neighborhood traffic?
Eden Motto & Daniel Bergerson*:  Assessing the Power of Music
Emma Quirk-Durben:  Assessing the Impact of Creative Drama on Children’s Literacy
Patrick Curoe:  Profiling for Good:  Identifying Hotspots for GLBT Bullying Before it Happens
Nicholas Thyr*:  Mathematics Serving the Community:  Community-Based Research in Applied Mathematics
Sarah Koop*, Tucker Sjoblad*, David Alper*, Michael Marzec*, Jack Sheehy*:  
     Hitting a Hole-in-One With Data Analysis: The Road to Maximizing Impact

* Unable to present due to scheduling conflicts.


Please congratulate all the researchers who were selected and give a special thumbs-up to Amy, Eden, Emma and Patrick as they prepare to head to Denver in March.


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