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Mathemagician! Mental Math Magic with Arthur Benjamin


Special event organized by the Division of Math and Natural Sciences and the TIME2000 Program, Queens College, CUNY

Arthur Benjamin is a professor of mathematics at Harvey Mudd College in California, and he has appeared at the TED conference and on TV programs, such as the Colbert Report,  demonstrating his mixture of mathematics and magic.  

He teaches children and adults how to do amazingly fast mental calculations.

Event Details

Friday, March 1, 2013, 11:30am-1pm, LeFrak Concert Hall, Music Building, Queens College

This event is free and open to the public, as part of Queens College’s year-long 75th Anniversary celebration.   

To help us estimate the attendance at the event, please RSVP to Matt Huenerfauth, Associate Dean of the Division of Math and Natural Sciences.

Information about the Speaker

More information about the speaker, including videos of his performances, can be found on the website of Arthur Benjamin Mathemagician.

Photos from the Event

Dean Larry Liebovitch introducing the speaker.

Dr. Alice Artzt introducing the speaker.

Arthur Benjamin during his performance.

Arthur Benjamin during his performance.

Arthur Benjamin during his performance.

Arthur Benjamin with Queens College faculty and students. 

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