Masters theses

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

  • Julie Baca, "The Persistence of Solutions from Multiple Eigenvalues", adviser: John Neuberger. 
  • Jay Lawrence Hineman, "A Numerical Investigation of a Semilinear Elliptic PDE on a Family of Stadions" adviser: John Neuberger, paper accepted 

2002

2000

1999  

  • Matthew T. Koetz, "Properties of Representation Graphs of Certain Finite Groups", adviser: Janet McShane 
  • Barry J. Wimmer, "Dynamics of a Batesian Mimicry n-Map", adviser: Terence Blows, paper 

1998

  • Jeffrey T. Crabill, "Numerical Methods for Diffusive-Convective Equations with Applications to the Flow of Bacteria in Waterways", adviser: John Neuberger, paper 

1997  

  • Randal D. Anderson, "Compartmental Analysis and Modeling", adviser: Catherine Roberts

1996  

  • Danny Wagstaff, "Using Melnikov's Method in Determining Bifurcation Curves for the Perturbed Pendulum and Duffing's Equation", adviser: Lawrence Perko

1994

  • Michel Helfgott, "The Zermelo-Fraenkel System and Its Extension to Internal Set Theory", adviser: Adrian Riskin 
  • Harold M. Rogers, "Combinatorial Properties of the Mobius Function and Characteristic Polynomial in Hyperplane Arrangements", adviser: Michael Falk 
  • Changchao Joanna Su, "Sphere Bundles over Spheres", adviser: Guenther Huck 
  • Viswanath R. Kalambur, "Application of Diagrammatic Methods to Line Arrangements", adviser: Michael Falk 

1993

  • Nancy J. Foreman, "Graceful Trees and Graph Numbering", adviser: Adrian Riskin

1992

  • Raymond F. Vought, "The Double Impossibility of Zeta(3)", adviser: Michael Falk