CSUCI Mathematics awardeesApril 30, 2018 - Several CSUCI Math Students received awards for their project presentations at the Spring 2018 Southern California-Nevada Section Meeting, held at the University of San Diego April 21-22.  The following students and their faculty advisors received awards at the meeting.

  • Nathan Shapiro, “Math in Climate Change: The Intensity and Frequency of Atlantic Hurricanes”
    • Advisor: Professor Anna Tivy
  • Dale Perizzolo, “Assessment of Learning with Geoship”
    • Advisor: Professor Ivona Grzegorczyk, Ph.D. (Noyce Scholar)
  • Chris Hunter, “A Statistical Analysis of Adverse Event Mortality Between Sexes of Patients on Beta-Blockers”
    • Advisors: Professor Cynthia Flores, Ph.D. and Professor Alona Kryshchenko, Ph.D.
  • Ana Rodriguez, “Math with Spirograph”
    • Advisor: Professor Ivona Grzegorczyk, Ph.D.
  • Byran Vader, “Utilizing Visuals and Modern Technology to Facilitate Understanding of Lines and Parabolas”
    • Advisor: Professor Ivona Grzegorczyk, Ph.D.
  • Vickie Chen, “The Probability that k Positive Integers Are G-wise Relatively Prime”
    • Advisor: Professor Brian Sittinger, Ph.D.
  • Maria Baroi-Chavez, “Properties of 3-Ellipses and their Zariski-Closures”
    • Advisor: Professor Ivona Grzegorczyk, Ph.D.

The Mathematical Association of America strives to promote the understanding of mathematics and its impact on the world and is the leading professional association among collegiate mathematics.

For more information contact Professor Ivona Grzegorczyk, Ph.D., at Ivona.grzegorczyk@csuci.edu.