# Math Graduate Programs Expo

## November 2, 2018

LBJ Student Center

## The Department of Mathematics invites you to experience the amazing opportunities that Texas State has to offer.

- Meet current graduate students and faculty
- Learn about the program curriculum
- Discuss research opportunities
- Discover areas of interest
- Ask questions during the graduate student panel discussion
- Apply for Graduate Assistantships
- Doctoral: $27,820
- Masters: $14,514

- Poster presentation and competitions

## Rapid Fire Research

This is a competition for undergraduate math research. The presentations should be no more than 4 minutes, no more than 5 slides and abstracts should be no more than 256 words.

### RAPID FIRE FAQ

Judges Choice: **Hayley Boynton**, Texas State University

*On the Classification of Graphs Based on Their Rank Numbers*

Peoples Choice: **Paul Devlin **(Matt Halom and Ishfaq Ahmad), University of Dallas

*Combining Generic and Supervised Feature Sets to Improve Facial Recognition Accuracy*

## Math in the Picture Competition

Find or create a mathematical image and explain the mathematics contained within using no more than 256 words.

Middle school, High school and College level students are eligible with prizes in varying categories.

### FAQ

Judges Choice: **Megan Farrell**, Texas State University, Graduate Student

Judges Choice - Future Bobcat: **Bemnet Sileshi**, Cedar Park High School, 10th Grade

Peoples Choice: **Valeria Malave**, Lake Travis Middle School, 8th Grade