Bard Math Circle in the News (bring your kids!)

Dear Friends, The Bard Math Circle made the front page of today’s Daily Freeman with a story about our math outreach activities at the Kingston Library. COUNTING ON FUN: Math Circle at Kingston Library takes middle school kids beyond boring basics (video) (Monday, January 17, 2011) http://dailyfreeman.com/articles/2011/01/17/news/doc4d33674c5f430298712442.txt  The Bard Math Circle meets twice per month at the Kingston… Continue reading Bard Math Circle in the News (bring your kids!)

Which Springer Book am I?

If I were a Springer-Verlag Graduate Text in Mathematics, I would be W.B.R. Lickorish’s An Introduction to Knot Theory. I am an introduction to mathematical Knot Theory; the theory of knots and links of simple closed curves in three-dimensional space. I consist of a selection of topics which graduate students have found to be a… Continue reading Which Springer Book am I?

Roundtables at East Side Community High School

I just got word from Tom Mullen, the AP at East Side Community High School, that the roundtables are back! Here’s the link to sign up:https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dFRqbzFTZzI5OWtGeGY1eDFlN0NqQWc6MA Clicking on the above link brings you to the description and schedule below. I’ve been attending the round tables for several years, and they are definitely worth attending. East Side… Continue reading Roundtables at East Side Community High School

Limacon, Friday, March 18th, 2011

The 25th annual Long Island Math Conference Limacon SUNY College at Old Westbury Campus Center Keynote speaker: Dr. J. Michael Shaughnessy, President, NCTM Check out these talks: Japheth Wood, NYMC and Bard MAT, Combinatorial Games and Winning Strategies Richard Kalman, MOEMS, The Magic of Magic Triangle Sums Glenn Whitney, Museum of Mathematics, Math Games from… Continue reading Limacon, Friday, March 18th, 2011