Research with my undergraduate students at Pepperdine is a high priority and a true pleasure to me. Below are the students I have worked with. All students were math majors except where noted.

Also, I am currently serving on the Committee on Undergraduate Research for the the Mathematical Association of America.

Students: Erika Ordog, Hannah Kristensen (Physics Major)
Years: 2014 -
Project: Mosaics with digital images
Funding: Pepperdine Dean's Research Grant
Presentations:
    2014 MathFest, Portland, OR
    2015 Joint Meetings, San Antonio, TX
    2015 MathFest, Washington DC
After Pepperdine:
    Erika, Ph.D. program in mathematics, Duke University.
    Hanna is still a student at Pepperdine..

Student: Samantha Olson (Math/CS Major)
Year: 2013
Project: Development of a Java Applet for learning and teaching Calclulus
Funding: Pepperdine Dean's Research Grant
After Pepperdine:
    Samantha is a Web Developer for Disney Interactive.

Student: Leah Whitaker
Years: 2011 - 2012
Project: An analysis of seat location, viewing angle and price in the Rose Bowl Stadium
Funding: Tooma Grant
Presentations:
    2011 Pacific Coast Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
    2011 MathFest, Lexington, KY
    2012 Joint Meetings, Boston
    2012 Pacific Coast Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
After Pepperdine:
    Leah, Actuarial Analyst, Holmes Murphy & Associates.

Student: Darlena Kern
Years: 2010 - 2011
Project: Fast and reliable approximation of derivatives using LU factorization of Vandermonde Matrices
Funding: Tooma Grant
Presentations:
    2010 MathFest, Pittsburgh, PA
    2010 Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research
    2011 Joint Meetings, New Orleans, LA
    2011 Pacific Coast Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
    2011 MathFest, Lexington, KY
After Pepperdine:
    Darlena, Joint JD/MS Program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, Duke University.

Students: Anandi Hira (Math/CS Major), Amy Walecka
Years: 2009 - 2010
Project: "Wicked": a problem in counting and probability
Funding: Tooma Grant
Presentations:
    2009 Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research
    2010 Joint Meetings, San Francisco, Undergraduate Poster Session
    2010 Pacific Coast Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
    (2012 Award of Honorable Mention (top 10% of applicants) for Posters on the Hill event in Washington DC)
After Pepperdine:
    Anandi, Masters/Ph.D. program in computer science, USC
    Amy, Masters program in management science and engineering, Stanford

Students: Kristen Anderson, Ashley Burt, Will Cousins, Brent Hancock
Years: 2008 - 2009
Project: A Sinkhorn-Knopp Fixed Point Problem
Funding: CURM Grant (from NSF)
Publication: Pi Mu Epsilon Journal on Undergraduate Research (to appear)
Presentations:
    2008 MathFest, Madison, WI
    2008 Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research 2008
    2009 Joint Meetings, Washington DC, Undergraduate Poster Session (award for Will's poster)
    2009 Pacific Coast Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (award for Brent's talk)
After Pepperdine:
    Kristen, Masters program in international business, Hult International Business School
    Ashley, Medical school, University of Washington
    Will, Ph.D. program in mathematics, North Carolina State University
    Brent, Ph.D. program in mathematics, UC Riverside

Students: Brent Hancock, Matt Hancock, Marc Schmidt
Years: 2007 - 2008
Project: A comparison of collegiate football polls with corresponding end-of-season rankings
Presentation: 2007 Joint Meetings, San Diego, Undergraduate Poster Session
After Pepperdine:
    Brent, Ph.D. program in mathematics, UC Riverside
    Matt, Ph.D. program in financial mathematics, UC Santa Barbara
    Marc, Actuary, Farmers Insurance

Students: James Keating, Austin Outhavong
Years: 2004 - 2005
Project: The Mathematics of Field Goal Kicking
Presentation: 2005 Joint Meetings, Atlanta, Undergraduate Poster Session
After Pepperdine:
    James, Ph.D. program in mathematics, University of Colorado
    Austin, Peace Corps