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ITSA Officers


Jeff Childs

Mark Weiss, President

E-mail: dmark.weiss@usu.edu

Mark Weiss is a PhD student who recently defended his dissertation.


Megan Hamilton, PhD Vice President

E-mail: megan.hamilton@usu.edu

Megan Hamilton is a doctoral student in the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences department at Utah State University. She worked for USU Extension as a STEM Professional Practice Assistant Professor prior to beginning her PhD studies at USU. Her research interests include K-12 STEM education, increasing diversity in STEM programs, and developing STEM partnerships between informal and formal learning environments. Megan is the newest addition to the ITEST grant and the Playful Explorations Lab Team working as a research assistant for Dr. Jody Clarke-Midura.

Katarina Pantic

Michelle Muldowney-Stevens

Matthew Havertz, Master's On-Campus Vice President

E-mail: matthewhavertz@aggiemail.usu.edu

Matthew Havertz is an MS student on campus. He graduated with department honors in Communication with an emphasis in Digital Media from Weber State University. He also graduated the 2017 Oustanding Graduate in Digital Media from that program. His focus as an undergraduate was video production and editing and you can check out a sample of his work on his website, MatthewHavertz.com. He came to Utah State to learn about and research how videos are used in education. Matthew is loves living in Logan with his wife and two daughters. On the side, he loves camping and hiking and wishes he had more time for rockclimbing. If you would like to meet Matthew, please feel free to swing by the room 271 on the second floor of the education building during regular hours.


Helaman BerRios, Master's On-Campus Vice President

E-mail: helamanb@gmail.com

 

Jeff Childs

Stephanie Benson

Jared Roller, Communications Officer

E-mail: jared.roller@aggiemail.usu.edu

Jared Roller grew up in Oregon and made his way to Utah for a change. He is married with four boys. He is a PhD student in the department, interested in alternative instructional methods like educational games, problem-based learning, and those often used by the home school community.