2012 GA Participants in GASSSS Program

These participants have submitted a final GASSSS application. 

If your name is not on this list and you have participated in the GASSSS program, please contact Larry Woolf at Lawrence.Woolf@ga-asi.com


GA GASSSS Participant  Company  School Materials Purchased Activity
Heather Wilkens GA San Diego HS of Science and Technology, San Diego, CA Radiation shielding kit Assist with radiation kit lesson; brief description of my scientific career 
David Moon GA-SI Stansbury, Tooele, Grantsville High Schools, UT Robotics parts Support FIRST robotics team
Andrew LeBlanc GA Student Sustainability Outreach Day at UCSD Biogreen Leaf Calculators Discuss Fusion Science, participate in workshop to encourage students to major in STEM, and talk about careers
Linden P. Blue GA-ASI La Jolla High School; La Jolla, CA Chemistry lab materials; Molecular modeling workshop  Talk about uranium mining chemistry
Bobby Russell GA/IT Quest for Stars Program Logisitics and travel support for student participation in 10/14/12 flight Mentor students for 10/14/12 flight; speak to classes at High Tech High
Rick Wilkinson GA-ASI Innovations Academy, San Diego, CA  Electronic parts for DIY Microphone building workshop. Create DIY tutorial and host a microphone building workshop for the Media Arts Lab. Discuss the science of sound recording, while students build as many as 55 functional microphones from common electronic parts. 
Steven P. Jensen GA-ASI Heritage Christian School, San Diego, CA Ultrasonic motion detector and dynamics cart+track system Train physics teacher on use of equipment, assist in class, discuss careers in science
Darrell E. Nakawaki GA-ASI Heritage K-8 Charter School, Escondido, CA 4 microscopes for a kindergarten classroom Help students to use microscopes and  understand what they are seeing 
Martin Gerdom GA-ASI University City HS, San Diego, CA Entrance fees for 4 teams for San Diego Science Olympiad Coach for the robotic arm competition in the San Diego Science Olympiad
Joe Ippolito GA-ASI Longfellow Elementary; San Diego, CA Lego Mindstorms NXT robot Gave brief on STEM, engineering experiences, and robotics to 3rd grade class. Demoed the Mindstorms NXT robot to students, explained how each of the sensors worked.