CivWiz is a dynamic mobile gaming app in development that aims primarily to cultivate civic engagement among students.
Assistant Professor of Research-Practice Partnerships at Pitt's School of Education, studying processes of equitable and durable organizational change.
Charles A. Wood
Planetary Scientist and educator Chuck Wood likes moons and planets, including Earth and its life forms, especially how humans learn and what they believe.
Just Discipline Project
A research-to-practice initiative designed to advance achievement for all students by implementing and evaluating school‐based relational climate and restorative practice programs.
Penn State Shenango
Thriving on partnerships of all types: academic, athletic, the arts, and community and economic development.
McCall Conroy Emerick
6th grade science teacher with a diverse education background who strives to create memorable learning experiences for her classes through engaging units which include Robotics in Science, Hydroponic Gardening, Human Impact on the Environment, Earth Science, and Life science, during which she not only ties together science concepts but social science and current event topics.
Chelsea Blackburn Cohen
Higher education leadership and policy professional working for the common good
Kexin “Bella” Yang
Ph.D. student in HCI/ learning sciences at CMU, METALS (CMU) alumni, work on AI-based edtech tools
Mountainview Elementary School
Mountainview Elementary is a public school in Monongalia County hosting students K-5
Wesley Hanwen Deng is a Ph.D. student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.
Holly Plank is a current PhD student in the Learning Sciences and Policy Program in the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh.
Annette Vee is Associate Professor of English and Director of the Composition Program at the University of Pittsburgh.
Dana Nowlin-Russell is a lecturer in composition at the University of Pittsburgh.
Jeff Remington is a STEM Outreach Liaison who works with Penn State’s Center for Science and the Schools.
Jamie Hanson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh.
Stefanie Garcia is the Outreach Coordinator for Carnegie Mellon University in the College of Engineering.
Dr. Chao's research and teaching, which is grounded in perspectives and methods from educational linguistics, critical literacy, and anthropology, centers on investigating everyday language and literacy practices in schools, immigrant, refugee-background, and Indigenous families and communities as well as the preparation of teachers to teach multilingual learners
Dr. Robert Snyder an author and professor of Elementary Education at Slippery Rock University.