Qualified students in the B.S. Mathematics program have the option to complete an honors thesis project under the supervision of a department faculty member and then graduate with Honors. Below is a list of recently completed honors theses.

**Recent Mathematics Honors theses include:**

**Student** |
**Term ** |
**Faculty Supervisor ** |
**Title** |

Michelle Houck^{1} |
Spring 2009 |
John T. Saccoman, Ph.D. |
A surgery reducing the number of spanning trees for threshold graphs having a specified degree condition |

Monika Heinig |
Fall 2008 |
John T. Saccoman, Ph.D. |
Laplacian integral multigraphs |

Sarah Smith |
Fall 2008 |
Nathan Kahl, Ph.D. |
Solutions of σ(q)+ σ(r)= σ(q+r) |

Danielle Dombrowski^{2} |
Spring 2008 |
Daniel Gross, Ph.D. |
Component Order Connectivity of Harary Graphs |

Susana Holloway^{2,3 } |
Spring 2008 |
John T. Saccoman, Ph.D. |
A Note on Handshaking Puzzles III: Additional Multigraph Realizations |

Joanna Gillen^{2} |
Spring 2008 |
Nathan Kahl, Ph.D. |
Spanning Trees of Complete Bipartite Graphs that Contain Specified Edges |

Laura Helbing^{4 } |
Fall 2007 |
John T. Saccoman, Ph.D. |
Spanning Trees of Non-Ideal Split Graphs |

Jen Michewicz^{5} |
Fall 2006 |
John T. Saccoman, Ph.D. |
A Formula for the Number of Spanning Trees of Certain Non-Threshold Split Graphs |

- Poster on the work was presented at Garden State Undergraduate Student Conference, William Paterson University, February 2009.
- Talk on the work given at Moravian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Pennsylvania, February 2009.
- Work published in Graph Theory Notes of New York 56 (2009), pgs. 44-48.
- Work published in Congressus Numerantium 192 (2008), pgs. 129-139.
- Work published in Congressus Numerantium 184 (2007), pgs. 85-96.

To learn more about the honors thesis requirement or graduating with a B.S. in Mathematics Honors degree, please contact a

faculty advisor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.