# MS Excel Workshop 1

Come join us for a beginner’s workshop in Microsoft Excel. Basic Excel skills will be covered:

• entering data
• data types
• formulas
• worksheets

Date: Thursday, March 9, 2017                                                                                         Time: 1 pm – 2 pm                                                                                                           Room: N723

Questions: Email Prof. Benakli (Nbenakli@citytech.cuny.edu) or QR Fellow Thomas Hauner (thauner@gradcenter.cuny.edu)

# Trigonometric Workshop II

Topics to be covered:Trigonometric Identities,Trigonometric equations

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2016

Room: N723

Time: 1 – 2 pm

## Trigonometry Workshop

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TRIGONOMETRY WORKSHOP!
• Thursday, November 10
• 1:00-2:00pm
• Namm-723
• Topics covered:
1. Angles of Elevation/Depression
2. Solving Right Triangles

# MS Excel Beginners Workshop: Part 2

skills! Edit a data sheet using formulas,
summarize with functions, and create graphs
and tables to visualize data.
• Thursday, September 29
• 1:00‐2:00 PM
• Namm 723

# “Statements/Quantiﬁers & Truth Tables“

•    Date:    Thursday, September 22, 2016

•    Time:    1:00-2:00pm

•    Room:   Namm 723

## MS Excel Beginners Workshop

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MS Excel Beginners Workshop

Join us and learn basic Excel skills! Create and manipulate a data sheet, create pie, bar, and line charts, histograms, simple formulas and much more!

Open to all City Tech Faculty and Students

DATE: Thursday, September 15, 2016

VENUE: Namm 723

TIME: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

nbenakli@citytech.cuny.edu

# Math Club: How to Lie with Statistics, Or: Why You Should Always Look Twice at Map

This week in the City Tech Math Club:

Title: “How to Lie with Statistics, Or: Why You Should Always Look Twice at Map (see the link below)
Speaker: Melanie Lorek (NYCCT – GC – NYCulture)

Date/Room: Thursday April 21, 2016, 12:45-2pm, Namm N719

Abstract:

Melanie Lorek is a Quantitative Reasoning Fellow at City Tech and a Cultural Policy Research Fellow with the Center for Urban Research at the Graduate Center (CUNY) and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. As a Cultural Policy Research Fellow she’s been mapping and analyzing data on arts education in NYC. Her presentation will demonstrate how city data can be mapped and analyzed and provide insights into some of the challenges of data representation.

As always, pizza and refreshments will be served at 12:45pm and the presentation will start at 1pm. Feel free to stop by anytime and let interested students know about this event.