The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation. REU projects involve students in meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in research projects specifically designed for the REU program. Learn more.
- Emiline Pelletier, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Nonlinear Dynamics of Biological Systems
- Caitlin VerSchneider, Rochester Insitute of Technology, Rochester, NY
External Graph Theory and Dynamical Systems
- Kerry Gannon, Clemson University
Computational Number Theory and Combinatorics
- Amanda Paganin, San Diego State University
Mathematics Education - "Diagnosing Teachers' Multiplicative Reasoning"
- Caitlyn Parmelee, MSRI Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley
"List Decoding Algorithms for Reed-Solomon Codes and their Maximum Decoding Radii
- Ashley Patchen, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
"Numerical Investigations of the Persistence of Mass-action Chemical Reaction Networks"
- Amanda Paganin, Illinois State University
Research: Secondary Mathematics Education
- Matt Bader, Worcester Polytechnical Institute
"Revising and Improving a Graphical User Interface for Modeling Screw Insertion"
- Sara Reynolds, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Pam Welch, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
- Sara Reynolds, Texas Tech University
"Exploring the Use of Conformal Mappings in the Analysis of Leaf Structure"
- Michael Darling, Florida State University
"Visualization of Vector Fields from Sparse Observations of Oceanic Currents in the Western Gulf of Mexico?"
- Diane Lunman, Canisius College
"Geometry and Physics on Graphs"