Throughout the day, various students presented on topics ranging from how to test meat for byproducts to whether or not mathematical principles can be applied to the game of Sudoku.
"The purpose of the annual Research Day in the Science Division is primarily to provide a platform for all seniors to publicly present their senior research projects," stated Dr. Mark Melton, Dean of the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. "An added bonus is the presence of campus administrators, faculty and students attending to see what our students are capable of producing!"
The winners of the 2012 Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics' 9th Annual Research Day were:
Ms. Roxanne Smith- First Place
Ms. Ariel Brown- Second Place
This event was sponsored by the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Pictured: Anthony Harris, seen here presenting his research project, "How to Solve Sudoku with Mathematics."
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