University of Georgia
Noel Gregg, Ph.D., is a distinguished research professor at the University of Georgia. Gregg directs the NSF Georgia STEM Access Alliance, a virtual learning model for increasing STEM persistence for secondary/postsecondary students with disabilities. Her research focuses on individuals with learning disabilities/ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and virtual learning.
At the Forum, I can offer factors supporting students with disabilities in virtual environments.
At the Forum, I am looking for virtual environments and persistence in STEM.
Wayne School of Engineering
Gary Hales is current and founding principal of Wayne School of Engineering in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Wayne School of Engineering is currently a North Carolina STEM School of Distinction and a Learning Laboratory School for North Carolina New Schools.
At the Forum, I can offer insight into the development and sustainment of a successful STEM school.
At the Forum, I am looking for the opportunity to network with other successful STEM leaders.
University of Memphis
Alfred Hall currently serves as an assistant professor of Science Education and director for the West Tennessee STEM Hub at the University of Memphis. He has previously served as associate superintendent, chief academic officer, and chief of staff for the former Memphis City Schools district.
At the Forum, I can offer innovative STEM teaching and learning opportunities for students.
At the Forum, I am looking for STEM project-based learning for mathematics.
Eric Hamilton is a Pepperdine education and mathematics professor, formerly at the US Air Force Academy. He leads NSF-funded research on participatory teaching, media-making, and learner engagement, and conducts parallel work in East Africa & Namibia, where he is a 2015-17 Fulbright Research Fellow.
At the Forum, I can offer collaboration and student co-teaching in media-making in formal STEM curricula.
At the Forum, I am looking for CSCL discourse analysis methods and social and academic growth co-variables.
University of California, Berkeley
Brian Harvey is teaching professor emeritus of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley. A former high school teacher, he co-develops the Snap! visual programming language and the "Beauty and Joy of Computing" curriculum, which is taught to 100 New York City public high school teachers.
At the Forum, I can offer to show how visual metaphors can make otherwise hard computer science ideas accessible.
At the Forum, I am looking for ways to make non-hands-on parts of the curriculum more engaging.
Leslie Rupert Herrenkohl
University of Washington
Leslie Rupert Herrenkohl, Ph.D., is co-director of the 3DL Partnership and professor in the Learning Sciences and Human Development Program at the University of Washington. She collaborates with practitioners to create STEM environments that are conceptually rich, and personally and culturally meaningful.
At the Forum, I can offer programming and research on underrepresented youth in STEM.
At the Forum, I am looking for opportunities to collaborate with others to address the needs of students who are underrepresented in STEM.