by Alyssa Hall | Apr 25, 2024 | Math Seminar, Spring 2024

The effective teaching of mathematics is crucial for students to become proficient in mathematical concepts and capable of applying these skills in diverse settings. Students being able to have these skills could potentially result in increasing student enrollment in...
by Alyssa Hall | Feb 21, 2024 | Spring 2024

In my talk on random graphs, we will go through what a random graph is and the two variations, the Gilbert graphs, and the Erdos-Renyi model. We will discuss the history of these models and how they are similar, but also different. From there we will discuss the...
by Alyssa Hall | Nov 14, 2023 | Fall 2023

Math anxiety and the differences in mathematical performance are common issues discussed among peers in school and a commonly arising issue for educators, especially in a high school setting. Today, I will be discussing this issue and the data that I have found in...