Friends & Partners

In 2020, eduKatey created integrated-STEM curriculum for in-person and online STEM Hub Egypt courses, funded by Boeing and supported by World Learning. Each course on electronics, Arduino, and graphic design centered around an engineering design challenge

Science and math Upward Bound teacher at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls 2009-2017, Science and math lead coordinator in 2020. Students will design and code digital representations of their experiences in 2020 using computational thinking and modeling skills in cohesive remote partnerships.

Sucessfully coordinated and submitted a proposal to NASA for a Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Science (ROSES)-2020 Science Activation Program solicitation to develop and disseminate integrated-STEM space-themed virtual reality modules and teaching materials. Partners on the proposal include Purdue Univeristy, the Univerity of Wisconsin, the University of Maryland, the Challlenger Center, and eduKatey.

2006-2011 Knowles Teaching Fellowship Program Fellow. 2011-2020 Knowles Senior Fellow, member of the Knowles Engineering Leadership Team.

2019-2020 Program Chair Elect and 2020-2021 Program Chair for the Pre-College Engineering Education Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

2016-2020 curriculum coordinator, teacher mentor, and program officer for Knowles Teacher Initiatives' work with the Global STEM Challenges Program in Thomas A. Edison High School, Fairfax County Public Schools.

In 2019, eduKatey provided support for integrating the NAE's Grand Challenges of Engineering Design into STEM School Chattanooga's four-year integrated-STEM curriculum.

2010 teacher liaison to the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South. 2017 and 2020 PolarTREC IceCube teacher support. 2020 PolarTREC IceCube teacher liaison alternate.

My alma maters. Partners for life.