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 ​DR. EUGENIA CHENG DELIVERS THE KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT
THE SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL TIME 2000 CONFERENCE
 

 
On Friday, 2 November, TIME 2000 hosted its seventeenth annual conference, Celebrating Mathematics Teaching. More than 400 high school students from 16 schools in the New York- Metropolitan region attended with more than 25 of their teachers. Also in attendance were 85 undergraduates, preservice teachers, and college faculty members. The opening session featured Dr. Eugenia Cheng, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her dynamic presentation, “How to Bake Pi: Making Abstract Mathematics Palatable,” set the tone for an outstanding conference. Exemplary mathematics teachers made exciting presentations that involved the conference participants in mathematical investigations and explorations. The 75 TIME 2000 undergraduates volunteered to prepare for and assist at the conference. Six TIME 2000 graduates returned to be on the program and one participated in a panel discussion conducted by TIME 2000 Senior, Bushra Mistry. 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. 



 
Queens College President Félix Matos Rodríguez, welcoming the high school
students to the College

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



Dr. Eugenia Cheng, sharing her enthusiasm and passion for mathematics at her
keynote session entitled, “How to Bake Pi: Making Abstract Math Palatable”



 Mrs. Kendal Askins, Assistant Principal, Pleasant Valley Intermediate School,
Kunkletown, PA, TIME 2000 Undergraduate Class of 2007 and 
Graduate Class of 2012, at her session entitled, “Fun with Fractals”


 
 Mr. Andy Davidson, FiCycle; Financial Life Cycle Mathematics, at his session entitled,
“Surprising and Strange Complex Partners”


 
 Mr. Philip Dituri, FiCycle; Financial Life Cycle Mathematics, making an important 
pointat his session entitled, “Games of Chance and Life Lessons”
 

 
 Ms. Arielle Eager Leavitt, mathematics teacher at the Queens School of Inquiry,
TIME 2000 class of 2015, at her session entitled, “All the People in the World”
 
 
 
 TIME 2000 Sophomores, Karina, Qin, and Christian, ready to 
assist a conference speaker


 
 Ms. Jillian Ellis, mathematics teacher at Coney Island Prep High School, 
at her session entitled, “The Great Escape”
 
 
 
 Mr. Ryan Fox, mathematics teacher at Maspeth High School, 
at his session entitled, “The Stable Marriage Problem”
 

 
 Mrs. Sabrina Joseph, mathematics teacher at John Bowne High School and
a master teacher with Math for America, TIME 2000 Undergraduate Class of 2010,
at her session entitled, “Catch the Culprit”
 

 
 Ms. Eliza Kuberska, mathematics teacher at Hunter College High School, and
a master teacher with Math for America, at her session entitled, “Go the Distance!”
 
 
 
 
 Mr. Tallin Lamonaca, mathematics teacher at the Louis Armstrong Middle School, 
at his session entitled, “The Irrational Hippasus and the Pythagoreans”


 
 Ms. Maria Leon Chu, mathematics teacher at Francis Lewis High School, 
TIME 2000 Undergraduate Class of 2010 and Graduate Class of 2013,
at her session entitled, “Exploding Dots”


 
 Ms. Pei-Hsin Lin, New York Math Circle, at her session entitled,
“Thinking Deeply about Simple Things”
 

 
 Ms. Mara Markinson, adjunct instructor at Queens College, 
TIME 2000 Undergraduate Class of 2012, Graduate Class of 2015, 
at her session entitled, “Proof without Words: A Visual Approach to Mathematical Proof”
 

 
 Mr. Joseph Mendez, mathematics teacher at PS/MS 4, at his 
session entitled,“Forest Fire Probability”

 
 
 Mr. Howard Weinman, former mathematics teachers at Halsey Junior High School, 
and adjunct instructor at Queens College, at his session entitled, "Math-ca-tricks"
 

 
 Mr. Michael Riccardo, mathematics teacher at Bayside High School, at his 
session entitled, “The 12 Most Controversial Facts in Mathematics”
 

 
 Mr. Julio Penagos, SolvED Education Consultants, TIME 2000 
Undergraduate Class of 2006, and Graduate Class of 2014, at his
session entitled, “Mathematicians in the Animal Kingdom”
 


 
 TIME 2000 Senior and panel moderator, Bushra Mistry, introducing the panel members
 


 
 TIME 2000 Senior, Amalia, responding to a question, with TIME 2000 Junior, Kevin, looking on



 
 TIME 2000 Sophomore, Sophia, explain the benefits of the TIME 2000 program
 


 
Members of the TIME 2000 Panel, from left to right; Mrs. Sabrin Joseph, Class of 2010, Sophomore Christin, Sophomore Sophia, Junior Movina, Junior Kevin, and Senior Amalia, with Senior Bushra at the podium
 

 
TIME 2000 students posing with Dr. Alice Artzt, Director, bottom left, and Mrs. Naomi Weinman, Administrative Assistant and Conference Coordinator, top right
 
 

 
 

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