Dr. Claudia Torres Garibay last appointment was as associate professor in the Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy department at Oregon Institute of Technology. Her educational background includes a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin (2007), a M.S. in Materials Science at the Advanced Materials Research Center (Mexico, 2000), and a B.S. in Electrical and Industrial Engineering at Chihuahua Institute of Technology (Mexico, 1996). Dr. Torres Garibay taught several courses and laboratories at both Klamath Falls and Portland-Metro campuses, and served in various administrative positions, including department chair and program director.
First year graduate student in the Renewable Energy Engineering program at the Oregon Institute of Technology. Previous Master of Science in Physics from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Andrew P. Minigan is the Right Question Institute’s (RQI) Director of Strategy. He facilitates active learning experiences for educators, faculty, researchers, and students in both K-12 and higher education, and he has worked with tens of thousands of learners from around the world. Andrew conducts research and consults on other researchers’ empirical work, and he also designs new learning experiences and curricula to support educators, researchers, and learners. He is a Co-P.I. on two National Science Foundation funded grants. One grant provides support to develop a strategy so researchers can learn how to formulate better, more transformative research questions, and the other grant will make possible a national convening on innovations in teaching the skill of question formulation to researchers and in higher education. He is also a P.I., with Sarah Westbrook, on a Library of Congress grant that will provide learning opportunities for educators around the country, especially those working with traditionally underrepresented students, so they may learn a strategy to facilitate more effective student-driven inquiry on primary sources.
Andrew conferred an Ed.M. in Human Development & Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire. He is currently a doctoral student at the Northeastern University Graduate School of Education.
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