Applied Math senior, Jeremy Kline, completed his Capstone internship at Hillis Carnes Engineering, a Geotechnical Engineering consulting firm in Frederick, Maryland. At Hillis Carnes, Jeremy was an Engineering Technician with the primary duty of testing compaction of soils, clay, stone, and asphalt. Jeremy's capstone paper discussed increasing the safety and efficiency of mines through the use of different types of rock bolting techniques. While there are several methods of rock bolting, Jeremy recommended that all mining companies should implement a specific method called roof screening. While more expensive and time consuming to to install than other methods, roof screening is the safest method of rock bolting.