Dr. Joan Lind, assistant professor in the Math & Computer Science department, along with students Sarah Claiborne and Cat Simpson, attended the 2009 Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CURM) Spring conference in Provo, Utah March 20-21. CURM is the agency which awards mini-grants to professors and teams of undergraduate students to conduct year-long undergraduate research projects in mathematics. One of the goals of the conference is to showcase the mathematical research supported by CURM. Since Dr. Lind and her students were awarded a 2008/2009 CURM grant, they presented a talk about their research titled “Discovering the Curve-Creating Black Box.”
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