Research & Publications Student Accomplishments The following students have been inducted into Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society: Gregory Badura Nicholas Grippo Megan Mockler Anastasia Nitis Patricia Prince Bridget Rohde Ashley Westfall Faculty Accomplishments Articles Published in peer-reviewed journals Gratzer, W. & Carpenter, J. (2012) When Socrates Visited a Calculus Classroom, New York State Mathematics Teachers’ Journal, 62, 68 – 77. Krishnan, S., (2012) On a Conjecture of Kadison and Singer, Survey in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, 2. Articles In-Print (peer-reviewed journals) Evered, L, (2012) Romance and the Nobel Prize, New York State Mathematics Teachers’ Journal Gratzer, W. & Carpenter, J. (2012) A Tale of Two Solutions: It was the Best of Time, New York State Mathematics Teachers’ Journal Conference Presentations Carpenter, J. E. & Gratzer, W., “Taylor Meets Socrates,” 62nd Annual AMTNYS, Conference, Rye, NY, November 8 - 10, 2012. Carpenter, J. E., “Georg Cantor and the Exploration of Infinity,” Pi Mu Epsilon Lecture, Iona College, New Rochelle, NY February 26, 2013. Carpenter, J. E., “Finite, Infinite, Transfinite: The Stuff of Mathematics,” The 27th Annual Long Island Mathematics Conference, SUNY College at Old Westbury, March 15, 2013. Carpenter, J. E., “The Standards Revel Some Hidden mathematics,” Ten County Mathematics Educators Association 38th Annual One Day Spring Conference, Middletown High School, Middletown, NY March 16, 2013. Carpenter, J. E., “Square Root of 2: Rational vs. Irrational,” 54th Hudson-Mohawk Valley Area Mathematics Conference, Albany, NY, March 23, 2013. Carpenter, J. E. & Gratzer, W., “When Socrates Visited a Calculus Class,” NCTM 2012 Annual Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA, April 25 - 28, 2012. Other Dr. Lisa Evered was selected as a Fulbright Senior Specialist for a 5-year period.