Student research involves the methodical formation of a scholarly honors project. The goal of this project and its process is to prepare students for the world of post-baccalaureate scholarship and research. Students work closely with a department faculty mentor to develop a project on a topic of their choosing. The research culminates in students making a presentation of their findings at a conference during the spring semester. In preparation for the presentation, students are coached through the various stages of conducting a research project and transforming their work into a scholarly presentation and paper. The Department of Mathematical, Information and Computer Sciences strongly supports its research students. Faculty mentors are involved in the research, editing, and presentation processes, all while offering advice and support for advisees.

Academic YearResearch Links
2013-2014Student Research with abstracts
2012-2013 Student Research with abstracts
2011-2012 Student Research with abstracts
2010-2011 Student Research with abstracts
2009-2010 Student Research with abstracts
2008-2009 Student Research with abstracts
2007-2008 Student Research with abstracts
2006-2007 Student Research with abstracts
2005-2006 Student Research with abstracts
2004-2005 Student Research with abstracts
2003-2004 Student Research with abstracts
2002-2003 Student Research with abstracts
2001-2002 Student Research with abstracts
2000-2001 Student Research with abstracts
1999-2000 Student Research with abstracts