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OSTA Keynote Speaker

Philip Mote

Vice Provost & Dean, Oregon State University Graduate School

Professor, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

Philip Mote is vice provost and dean of the Graduate School and remains active in the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute (OCCRI) and the NOAA-funded Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC) for the Northwest. He is very active in leadership of the 60,000-member American Geophysical Union, as President of Global Environmental Change, member of the Council, Vice Chair of the Council Leadership Team, and a member of the Board. Philip was the founding director (2009-19) of OCCRI and remains involved in communicating climate science within Oregon. He earned a B.A. in Physics from Harvard University and a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Washington.



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Featured presenters


Bryan Brown, Ph.D.

Stanford University

The Meaning Beyond The Words: How Language, Race, & Culture Impact Science Teaching & Learning


 Cary Sneider

Portland State University


Mihir Ravel

Portland State University


Page Keeley

NSTA, Past President

Using Daily Life Probes to Uncover Students' Ideas in Engineering & Technology


OKHEE LEE

New York University


The COVID-19 Pandemic and Systemic Racism: Creating “A New Normal” for STEM Education with Social Justice for All Students






OKHEE LEE

New York University


The COVID-19 Pandemic and Systemic Racism: Creating “A New Normal” for STEM Education with Social Justice for All Students

sATURDAY

wsta Keynote Speaker

Dr. Kate Evans

Washington State University Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center, Wenatchee, WA
Interim Director, Professor of Horticulture (pome fruit breeding)
Kate leads WSU’s apple scion and pear rootstock breeding programs which released the Cosmic Crisp® brand apple recently to the Washington apple industry. Kate is currently also the Interim Director of WSU’s Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center, based in Wenatchee, which also houses programs on entomology, post-harvest pathology, tree fruit physiology, post-harvest systems, orchard management/production systems, organic/sustainable agriculture, small farms and tree fruit extension.

Kate came to Wenatchee from the U.K. where she led an apple and pear breeding program at East Malling Research for 16 years. She received all her formal education in the U.K., a BSc(hons) in Genetics/Plant Biology and a PhD in plant molecular biology.



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FEATURED PRESENTERS


OKHEE LEE
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

Convergences and Discrepancies Across STEM and Language for All Students, Including English Learners


PAGE KEELY
NSTA, PAST PRESIDENT

ALL STUDENTS' IDEAS MATTER

DENNIS SCHATZ

RETIRING PRESIDENT

NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHING ASSOCIATION

Three-Dimensional Learning Experiences about the Sun, Earth and Moon


Kate Lindholm

North Central ESD

Project GLAD® Consultant


STEM: Voices of Hope: Climate Science Project GLAD® Unit


University of Washington

DEB MORRISON


Philip Bell


Rachel Han

Christina Guevara

Abby Rhinehart


STEM: Engaging in Climate Science Education Through Connections to Everyday Life, Equity, and Justice



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