Ian Zang taught science to high-risk students in Detroit before bringing his passion for education and his love of board games to Pittsburgh in 2015. Now he’s a Professional Development Coordinator for Carnegie Science Center, and he spends his days convincing teachers that STEM isn’t just meaningful and necessary, but that it should be fun and affordable, too.
Zang also helps to coordinate the Pittsburgh Regional STEM Ecosystem, a national initiative that’s building local coalitions to equip tomorrow’s workforce with 21st Century skills.
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