American Statistical Association
New York City
Metropolitan Area Chapter

2009 Statistical Poster Competition Results



THE SECOND ANNUAL STATISTICAL POSTER COMPETITION
FOR GRADES K-12 IN NEW YORK CITY

Grades K-3 | Grades 4-6 | Grades 7-9 | Grades 10-12 | Other Participants

Awards Ceremony | Additional Information

Slide Show of Winning/Honorable Mention Posters | Slide Show of Other Participants Posters

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS !



The New York City Metro Area Chapter of the American Statistical Association, in collaboration with The Educational Psychology Ph.D. Program of the City University of New York and The School of Education and Psychology of Touro College in New York, sponsored their Second Annual Statistical Poster Competition for Grades K-12 in New York City, to help teachers and schools enrich students’ understanding of statistics and data in general. The competition is a professional resource for teachers and students to apply statistics. To that end, it not only supports the teaching of mathematics, but it ultimately benefits New York City’s educational community.

All participating students, teachers, and schools, are to be commended for the effort that was put into the preparation and creation of the posters. Judges based their decision on the overall impact, clarity of the message, appropriateness of the graphics, and creativity of the poster.


GRADES K-3

FIRST PLACE WINNER

Extra Extra Read All About Our Attendance
P.S. 153 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
New York, New York

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GRADES 4-6

FIRST PLACE WINNER

How Much Do You Read in Five Days?
P.S. 17K
Brooklyn, New York

SECOND PLACE WINNER

Attendance of Pre-K to 2nd Grade
Community School 92
Bronx, New York

THIRD PLACE WINNER

Mr. Attendance 2008-2009
Community School 92
Bronx, New York

HONORABLE MENTION

Library Books Circulations from September to December
P.S. 17K
Brooklyn, New York

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GRADES 7-9

FIRST PLACE WINNER

How Healthy is Your Breakfast?
M.S. 80
Bronx, New York

SECOND PLACE WINNER

Does Race Influence the Sneakers a Teenager Wears?
M.S. 216Q - George J. Ryan Middle School
Fresh Meadows, New York

HONORABLE MENTIONS

Bronx Borough Election Results
"47" American Sign Language & English Secondary School
(formerly School for the Deaf)
New York, New York

Brooklyn Borough Election Results
"47" American Sign Language & English Secondary School
(formerly School for the Deaf)
New York, New York

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GRADES 10-12

FIRST PLACE WINNER

Living with the Blues
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

SECOND PLACE WINNERS (TIE)

The Big Question in New York is: Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

What's in Your Dreams?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

THIRD PLACE WINNER

Are We There Yet?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

HONORABLE MENTIONS

A Look at the Population of Cigarette Amongst Teens and Adults and it's Effects
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

To Study or Not to Study: Regression and Influential Points
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

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OTHER PARTICIPANTS

GRADES 10-12

Addiction
William H. Maxwell Career & Technical Education High School
Brooklyn, New York

Calories and Sodium Comparison in Three Types of Hot Dogs
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Common Activity Distribution Among College Students
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

Does Race Have an Effect on Whether or Not a Person Receives the Death Penalty?
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Field Day
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Generation of Texting
William H. Maxwell Career & Technical Education High School
Brooklyn, New York

Got Diabetes?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

Hospital ER Waiting Time
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

How Many Calories Can a Person Burn?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

How Much Solar is Used and Produced?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

How to Mathematically Overcome Personal Sensitivity
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Is Diabetes a Growing Problem in the United States and Is it Being Treated?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

It's Time to Go Red
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

Marginal and Conditional Probability
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Normal Distribution
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Race and the Death Penalty
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Spot the Outlier
The Frederick Douglass Academy I
New York, New York

Stressed High School Students
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

Text and Generation
William H. Maxwell Career & Technical Education High School
Brooklyn, New York

That's Entertainment
William H. Maxwell Career & Technical Education High School
Brooklyn, New York

Time Waster?
William H. Maxwell Career & Technical Education High School
Brooklyn, New York

What is Everyone Playing?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

What Makes You Stress
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

Who Would You Choose?
Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School
Jamaica, New York

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AWARDS CEREMONY

By invitation only.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For questions about the poster competition or awards ceremony,
please send an email to
nycasa@mindspring.com.

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