POTENTIAL COLLABORATORS AT USC
The faculty listed below have experience in K-12 STEM education and agreed to be listed as contacts for Viterbi faculty who are interested in collaborating on K-12 STEM grants. Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
- Henry Jenkins
- Bill Celis
- K.C. Cole
- Annenberg Innovation Lab
- Annenberg social science faculty can work on various projects related to information campaigns, dissemination of information, evaluation, etc. These faculty include: Michael Cody, Sheila Murphy, Lynn Miller, Sandra Ball-Rokeach, Dmitri Williams, Janet Fulk, Peter Monge, Lian Jian, Francois Bar, and Kjerstin Thorson. Go here for links to bios: http://annenberg.usc.edu/Faculty.aspx
- Stephan Haas – Annual workshop for physics high school teachers in the Los Angeles area. Participation in the California Science Fair as a judge.
- Christopher M. Gould – Organizer of the California State Science fair and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
- Vitaly V. Kresin – Participation in the elementary school outreach program run by Iridescent Learning via the "Engineers as Teachers" class on campus. Participation in the California Science fair as a judge.
- Clifford Johnson – TV appearances on "The Universe", and numerous other shows on History, Science, Discovery, National Geographic, etc., about physics. Magazine articles, a forthcoming book, appearances in schools, bookstores, book fairs, and churches talking about science.
- Werner Däppen – Participation in the California Science Fair as a judge.
- Grace Lu – Mentoring high school students in her group.
- Jo Ann Farver – Developed a preschool curriculum that targets early literacy, math and science, and basic skills concepts in English and Spanish. Currently evaluating that curriculum in a longitudinal intervention in preschool settings in Los Angeles, Kansas, Florida, and New Mexico with high risk, low income children. Project funded by NICHD.
- Joseph Cocozza – Secondary science and health education; Engineering for Health Academy
- Robert Rueda
- Morgan Polikoff – Curriculum, assessment, and educational policy
- Fred Freking – Inquiry-based teaching and learning, K-12 science instruction
- Holly Willis – Primary contact for SCA K-12 projects; Director of the Institute for Multimedia Literacy
- Game Innovation Lab (GIL) – The USC Game Innovation Lab (GIL) has a history of developing, prototyping, and playtesting new concepts in game design that push games beyond their currently defined genres and play patterns. Please contact Tracy J. Fullerton, Peter Brinson, or Jeremy Gibson.
- Marientina Gotsis – Co-Director, Creative Media & Behavioral Health Center. CMBHC is an organized research unit between the School of Cinematic Arts and the Keck School of Medicine.
Published on March 23rd, 2017
Last updated on April 24th, 2020