Four Berry students competed in a Jeopardy!-style contest against students from 32 other schools with Berry’s team winning the final round. The team consisted of Kylie Berry, a sophomore math and physics major, Terry Henderson, a junior math and communications major, Aaron Ostrander, a sophomore physics and math major, and Milo Taylor, a sophomore physics and math major.
In the poster competition, Ostrander and Ryan Hall, a junior religion and philosophy major, took home prizes. The students created posters and presented research from special projects conducted at Berry. Ostrander’s poster topic was “Studying Topologies on Directed Graphs Using Algebraic Graph Theory" and Hall’s poster
was “Fibonacci Mountains.”
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