Feb. 22

Will Dickinson and Clark Wells. Stupid (or Cool) Computer Tricks.



March 15

Nathan Wodarz.



March 22

Steve Schlicker. The Geometry of H(R^{n}): Segments and Sequences.



March 29

John Grabosek (Statistics) and Tom Kennedy (student). Applying Statistical Modeling to Baseball.



April 5

Mark Pearson (Hope College). Windmills and Wreaths.



April 12

Becky Bergeon (student), Tarah McCarthy (student), and Lindsey Slater (student). Pictorial Growth Patterns: Preliminary Findings of 3 Student Thesis Projects.



Sept. 13

Matt Boelkins. The Sendov Conjecture and the Geometry of Polynomials.



Sept. 20

Dave Coffey and Pam Wells. I'm Not Wrong, I Answered Another Question: What's Right in Wrong Answers?



Oct. 6

Manish Chakrabarti. What is Bioinformatics?



Oct. 11

Cynthia Groenink (student) and John Golden. The Children Left Behind.



Oct. 18

Chris Smith (student) and Akalu Tefera. Hypergeometric Summations with Computers.



Nov. 1

Jon Hodge and Pete Schwallier (student). How Does Separability Affect the Desirability of Referendum Election Outcomes?



Nov. 8

Brian Mosher (University of Michigan). Undergraduate Research Projects in Computational Group Theory.



Nov. 15

Anna Sfard (The University of Haifa & Michigan State University). Identity that Makes a Difference: Substantial Learning as Closing the Gap between Actual and Designated Identities.



Dec. 6

Angie Grumm (student) and Ngan Nguyen (student). Slingshots and Paper Folding.


