Math student’s paper accepted for research conference

Senior Karissa Smith has learned that her paper from summer research was accepted for presentation. Also, she was awarded funding from the National Institute for Mathematical & Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) to the attend the Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics at NIMBioS. She is continuing to work with faculty mentor Mohammed Yahdi (Mathematics and Computer Science) in this project for her distinguished honors in Mathematics. Her paper is titled, “Modeling the Effect of Diversity in Host Plant-Herbivore-Predator Interactions.”