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Students travel to mathematics conference

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Denver Coker, Samantha Duchscherer and George Campbell stand with their poster at the Joint Mathematics Meeting of the Mathematics Association of America and American Mathematical Society.

Four UNG students traveled to the Joint Mathematics Meeting of the Mathematics Association of America and American Mathematical Society, which is the largest meeting of mathematicians in the world, attracting researchers and presenters from the entire globe. The conference was held in Baltimore, Md.

Katelyn Pitts presented her cryptography research which she conducted under the guidance of Dr. John Holliday, associate professor of mathematics. 

Denver Coker, Samantha Duchscherer and George Campbell presented their research on the North Georgia Playfulness Scale, which they conducted under the guidance of Dr. Robb Sinn, associate professor of mathematics. All students were required to prepare and submit abstracts in 2013, which had to be accepted for presentation in the poster session.

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