July 11 - July 15, 8:30AM - 3:30PM, 5 Meetings, Mon.-Fri.
Lee Eric Collins Eden Tournay
Lee studied physics and atmospheric science at Oregon State University and earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree. He has taught physics at Portland Community College for the last 8 years - he teaches all levels of physics, from introductory 100-level physics to calculus-based physics for scientists and engineers.
In addition to teaching his normal classes, Lee has also created STEM activities for all ranges of students to explore at PCC's Southeast campus. He helped host several high school preview days at PCC by showcasing fun and engaging physics demonstrations to students preparing to enter college. In 2016, Lee was awarded the Excellence Award in Teaching from the League for Innovation, and he traveled to San Francisco the following year to accept the award and participate in the annual Innovation Conference.