June 24 - 28, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Five Meetings, Mon. - Fri.
Lynn Takata Steven Delach Douglas MacDougal Adam Goldstein Deb Mrazek Cristina Draghicescu Ed Edmo Chris Thompson
Lynn Takata is a Portland artist who is nationally known for creating award winning public art with children. For examples of her art, see - http://lynntakata.com/.
Steven Delach, BSEE, worked as a Director of Server Validation Tools Development for Intel and has recently been a coach for FIRST LEGO Competition Robotics teams at Holy Trinity School and Westview High School.
Douglas MacDougal, an attorney and mathematician, is a life-long amateur astronomer and a member of Rose City Astronomers. He is the author of Newton’s Gravity, an Introductory Guide to the Mechanics of the Universe (Springer, 2012).
Adam Goldstein, MA in Education, MS in Library and Info Science and PhD Philosophy, has taught biology, AP Biology and Philosophy as an assistant professor at Iona College.
Deb Mrazek, MS, BSE, holds degrees in Industrial Engineering & Human Factors and System Engineering. She has helped institutes from startups to Fortune 100s, governments and NGOs develop user-centered strategies and has worked with teams to integrate these strategies into meaningful outcomes. Deb has taught Design Thinking to hundreds of students as well as adults.
Cristina Draghicescu, PhD in Mathematics and Mircea Draghicescu, PhD Computer Science from Everythingmath. Cristina taught K - 12 and college mathematics for over 20 years and is the Senior Content Advisor for the National Museum of Mathematics in New York City.
Ed Edmo is a Shoshone-Bannock poet, playwright, performer, traditional storyteller, tour guide and lecturer on First Nation cultures in the Northwest. He offers guided tours to the She Who Watches petroglyphs on the Columbia Gorge (http://ededmo.tripod.com/).
Chris Thompson holds a BS in Economics from the University of Oregon and a MicroMasters in Data Science from UC San Diego. He is currently working as a data scientist to bring AI solutions to companies around the Pacific Northwest.
This camp is for students who:
- Self-identify as having a passion for STEM and Arts subjects, persistent curiosity and a desire to be intellectually challenged by experts and peers.
- Test in the top quartile of their class, or have been identified by a school, mentor or teacher as talented and gifted (TAG), advanced learner or other system aimed to support students who desire more in-depth learning.