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SHARING EXCITING SESSIONS ATTENDED AT LIMAÇON
14 April 2015
At the April seminar, TIME 2000 undergraduates, Christina, Alan, Chrissoula, and Zean shared lessons learned at LIMAÇON, a mathematics education conference held at SUNY Old Westbury, attended by the TIME 2000 students on Friday, 13 March 2015, at SUNY Old Westbury.
TIME 2000 SOPHOMORES CELEBRATE RENÉ DESCARTES’ 419TH BIRTHDAY WITH 7TH GRADERS AT THE LOUIS ARMSTRONG MIDDLE SCHOOL
31 March 2015
On Tuesday, 31 March 2015, the TIME 2000 sophomores celebrated René Descartes’ 419th birthday with Ms. Mouzouris’s 7th graders at the Louis Armstrong Middle School (LAMS). Each Tuesday morning, the sophomores report to LAMS to fulfill their field work requirement for SEYS 201W: Historical, Social, and Philosophical Foundations in Education. Special cupcakes topped with an image of the Cartesian plane were enjoyed by all.
PROFESSOR JOHN HORTON CONWAY, DISTINGUISHED MATHEMATICIAN, DISCUSSES CALENDAR CALISTHENICS
17 March 2015
At the monthly seminar, Professor John Horton Conway, Gorenstein Professor, Queens College, von Neumann Distinguished Professor (Emeritus), Princeton University, the first recipient of the Pólya Prize in 1987, and creator of the Doomsday Algorithm to determine specific days of the week in a given month and a given year, discussed the algorithm with the TIME 2000 students. Everyone was extremely honored to have the opportunity to meet and to listen to a famous mathematician!