**Spring 2003**

Research | Pedagogy | Student Papers | Special Presentations

- Did Euclid Know that 5 is Prime by Roger Waggoner, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
- What is a vector in hyperbolic geometry? And what is a hyperbolic linear transformation?, Ken Li, Dennis Merino, and Edgar Reyes, Southeastern Louisiana University
- On the Fibonacci Sequence, Syrous Marivani, Louisiana State University - Alexandria
- On the Frobenius coin problem; collaborative undergraduate research, Daniel Acosta, Southeastern Louisiana University
- Paths for Bipeds by
Margaret W. Maxfield

- The Closest Line to a Data Set in the Plane by David Gurney, Southeastern Louisiana University
- A Fishbowl Activity – Demonstrating Relative Risk by Conway Link
- Bezier Curves
by Kent Neuerburg, Southeastern Louisiana University

*The Koch Snowflake*by Michael Kraus and Hunter Poitevint, Southeastern Louisiana University. Faculty advisor - Dennis Merino

Special Presentations

Invited
Talks

Teaching Award Presentation

Fallacies about the Mean, Median, and Mode,
Ann Watkins

Teaching Award Presentation

Reflection
on a Mathematics Teaching Career, Jenna Carpenter