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 DR. JENNIFER QUINN DELIVERS THE KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT
THE FIFTEENTH ANNUAL TIME 2000 CONFERENCE
 
On Friday, 4 November, TIME 2000 hosted its fifteenth annual conference, Celebrating Mathematics Teaching. More than 400 high school students from 27 schools in the New York- Metropolitan region, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, attended with more than 35 of their teachers. Also in attendance were 85 undergraduates, preservice teachers, and college faculty members. The opening session featured Dr. Jennifer Quinn, Professor of Mathematics, University of Washington-Tacoma. Her dynamic presentation, “Epic Math Battles,” set the tone for an outstanding conference. Exemplary mathematics teachers made exciting presentations that involved the conference participants in mathematical investigations and explorations. The 65 TIME 2000 undergraduates volunteered to prepare for and assist at the conference. Seven TIME 2000 graduates returned to be on the program and two participated in a panel discussion conducted by TIME 2000 Senior, Alicia Bharat. Special guest, Dr. James Simons, long-time supporter of the Conference, shared some inspiring personal remarks. A Texas Instrument handheld device and TIME 2000 gifts were raffled at the luncheon. Many thanks to Mathematics for America, MfA, for generously funding the conference.

 

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Phone: 718-997-5377
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Queens College President Félix Matos Rodríguez, welcoming the high school students to the College
 
 
Philantropist and founder of Math for America, Dr. James Simons, conferring with conference keynote speaker, Dr. Jennifer Quinn, University of Washington-Tacoma










Ms. Liz Spiegal and Ms. Trisha Ho, mathematics teachers at Herricks High School, at their interesting session entitled, “Bridging the Gap between Humans and Computers”


Ms. Ana Mojocoa, TIME 2000 Class of 2005 and graduate class of 2012, mathematics teacher at Elmont Memorial High School, at her inspirational session entitled, “The Outrageous Orthocenter”
 
 
Mr. Alexander Lord, mathematics teacher at Francis Lewis High School, at his interest-generating session entitled, “Perfectly ‘Picked’!”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Dr. Gabriel Rosenberg, mathematics teacher at Bard High School Early College, in Manhattan, at his fascinating session entitled, “Perplexing Patterns of Pascal’s Triangle”
Ms. Emma Biramian, TIME 2000 Class of 2012, and graduate class of 2015, mathematics teacher at PS/IS 49, at her appealing session entitled, “An Appealing Activity”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ms. Nerline Payen, TIME 2000 Class of 2014, and mathematics teacher at George J. Ryan Middle School, at her dynamic session entitled, “Positively Plinko!”
 
 
 
 Ms. Mara Markinson, TIME 2000 undergraduate class of Class of 2012, graduate class of 2015, mathematics teacher at East-West School of International Studies, at her exciting session entitled, “Fun with Fractals!”
 
 




Mr. Michael Riccardo, mathematics teacher at Bayside High School, at his session entitled, “Mathematical Magic and Paradoxes”
 
 
TIME 2000 Senior and panel moderator, Alicia Bharat, getting ready to introduce the panel members


TIME 2000 graduate, Ms. Nerline Payen, TIME 2000 Class of 2014, and mathematics teacher at George J. Ryan Middle School; Ms. Ana Mojocoa, TIME 2000 Class of 2005 and graduate class of 2012, mathematics teacher at Elmont Memorial High School; and Ms. Mojocoa’s daughter, Freshman Erika Mojocoa, panel members







TIME 2000 Seniors posing with Dr. Alice Artzt

 
TIME 2000 Director, Dr. Alice Artzt, greeting the conference attendees
 

Ms. Irina Kimyagarov, TIME 2000 undergraduate class of 2003, graduate class of 2006, and Chair of the Mathematics Department at Elmont Memorial High School, at her fabulous session entitled, “Wax On, Wax Off: Wax Paper Conics and Beyond”


 Dr. Young Mee Oh, TIME 2000 Class of 2002, and graduate class of 2004, mathematics professor at Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology, inspiring high school students at her dynamic session entitled, “Bicycle Blast Off: Which Way Did It Go?”
Mr. Ashwin Ramanathan, mathematics teacher at Jamaica Gateway to the Sciences, at his informative session entitled, “The Price is Right!”


 
Dr. James Matthews, professor of mathematics education at Siena College, at his exciting session entitled, “Lightening Fast Mental Math”

 
Dr. Robert Rogers, professor of mathematics at SUNY Fredonia, at his interesting session entitled, “Math Mind Reading, ISBNs, UPCs, and Internet Security”
Ms. Alyssa Khan, TIME 2000 Class of 2014, and mathematics teacher at Herricks Middle School, at her exciting session entitled, “Will the Odds Be Ever in our Favor?”
 
 
 Ms. Elizabeth Philp, a member of the Master Teacher Program, at her interesting session entitled, “A Curious Construction,” helping a student working on a computer
   
 
Mr. Andy Segal, Trick Shot World Champion, preservice teacher studying at Queens College, at his fascinating session entitled, “The Mathematics of Billiards”
TIME 2000 undergraduates, Mykiela and Nicole, assisting at the check-in desk




TIME 2000 undergraduates on the panel: Sophomore, Xinying; Junior, Antionette; Senior, Daniel; with moderator, Senior, Alicia, standing










Mrs. Naomi Weinman TIME 2000 Administrator and Conference Coordinator, at the closing session of the conference


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