Student Publications and Awards
Published Works with Math and Stat Majors and Minors (student indicated in bold)
Alex Foster, Ogul Duncan, David Duncan, Prashant Sansgiry (2023) Generalizing Random Fibonacci Sequences. Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 21(2).
Meade, Jensen, David Duncan, Ogül Duncan, and Prashant Sansgiry (2023). An Analysis of the Sequence Xn+2 = i m Xn+1+Xn. Undergraduate Research Article. Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 21 (2).
Banjade, D and Duvinin, J. (Accepted) Characterization of sets K for which H∞KD is an algebra. Involve – a Journal of Mathematics.
Banjade, D. and Duvinin, J. (Accepted) Nevanlinna-Pick interpolation on certain subalgebras of H∞KD. Minnesota J. Math.
Molina, J, Crane, D., and Bell, L. (2020, June) Accuracy of Concert Versus Independent Age Estimates made from Anal Fin Rays of Muskellunge. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. doi:10.1002/NAFM.10483.
Novak, M., Crane, D., Bell, L., Keiner, L., Gatto, C., et. al. (2020, February) Spatial Ecology of Eastern Copperheads in Fragmented and Unfragmented Habitats. Journal of Herpetology, 54(1), 97-106.
Wagner, R and Bell, L. (2019, November) Modeling Emergency Room Arrivals using the Poisson Process.
The College Mathematics Journal, 50(5), 343-350. https://doi.org/10.1080/07468342.2019.1662710
Leake and N. Pritchard. (2015) The Advantage of the Coin Toss for the New Overtime System in the National Football League. The College Mathematics Journal 46 1-8.
Student Awards for Presentations
Meade, J. First place, 2023 South Carolina Academy of Sciences Poster Presentation Award in Mathematics and Statistics. An Analysis of the Sequence E X(N+2) = IMX(N+1) + X(N). Advisor: Dr. David Duncan.
Duvinin, J. Walt and Susan Patterson Prize for Outstanding Presentation, MAA Southeastern Section Meeting 2019. Talk: Nevanlinna-Pick Interpolation on Certain Subalgebras of Bounded Analytic Functions. Advisor: Dr. Debendra Banjade.
Dixon, S. Winners certificate for top 15% at the 2017 Joint Mathematics National Meeting with about 500 other competitors. Talk: Space-Filling Curves. Mentor: Dr. Andrew Incognito
Wagner, R. Winners certificate for top 15% at the 2017 Joint Mathematics National Meeting with about 500 other competitors. Talk: Modeling Emergency Department Arrivals using Non-Homogeneous Poisson Processes. Mentor: Dr. Lindsey Bell