Below are examples of past honors theses within the Mathematics Department:


Katherine Kidder, A Dimension Formula for Modular Forms, with Professor Ressler

Chengcheng Zhai, Tukey's Multiple Comparison Adjustment for Partially Balanced Incomplete Block Designs, with Prof. Draguljic


Yitong Huang, Comparing the Efficiency of Hybrid and Public Key Encryption Schemes, with Professor Feldman


John Schreiber, (Applications of Homogeneous Coordinates to) Reflections and their Images in the Real and Projective Planes, with Professor Crannell


Julie Heymann,  Projective Collineations in Perspective Art, with Professor Crannell

Daniel Kaplan, A Classification of Nonstandard Models of Peano Arithmetic by Goodstein's Theorem, with Professor Brody (who is now at Goucher College)


Sara Dubicki, Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds Dehn Surgery Approach to The Figure-Eight Knot Complement, with Professor Nimershiem

Mark Surma, The Hyperbolic Structure of the Complements of Rational Links with Conway Notation for mn for m, n ≥ 2, with Professor Nimershiem.


Ahsan Ashraf, Algebraic Coding Theory, with Professor Feldman

Daniel Droz, An Introduction to Classical Modular Forms, with a New Proof of the Product Expansion of the Delta Function, with Professor Ressler


Zain Rehman, An Adaptation of the Impossibility Theorem, with Professor Praton


Lauren Eaton, The Characteristic Polynomial of Multi-Rooted Trees, with Professor Tedford (who is now at Misericordia University)


Sauleh Siddiqui, Dynamics of Piecewise Continuous Functions, with Professor Crannell

Muhammad Sohaib Alam, Analysis of Quasi-Continuous Functions, with Professor Crannell

Adam Ross, Closed Geodesics on the Punctured Torus, with Professor Nimershiem