The University of Technology (UTech) launched its inaugural Mathematics Quiz Competition last month, with more than 200 students from 25 high schools across the island participating. Under the theme 'Making Mathematics a Way of Life', UTech set out to increase interest and critical thinking skills in mathematics. At the end of the calculations, Glenmuir High School had taken first place. Here the winning team of (from second left) Phillip Lloyd, Javier Bryan, Oneika Anderson (teacher), Jabari Glaves and Eric Dixon shares lens with Joseph Montaque, senior marketing officer, National Commercial Bank (NCB). The NCB Foundation donated $150,000 towards the initiative and also provided tokens for the first- and second-place teams. Additionally, all finalists received gift bags, courtesy of the Foundation, while members of the winning team received $15,000 gift certificates.