Public Education Specialist, SEPUP
University of California, Berkeley

Tim first collaborated with SEPUP curriculum developers in 2012 to develop hands-on, informal science and engineering curriculum for middle and high school students in Saudi Arabia. Since that time, Tim has worked for SEPUP on a number of projects including the development of the Issues and Science middle school units redesigned for the NGSS.

Tim began his career at the Lawrence Hall of Science in 2010 while completing his undergraduate degree in physics at UC Berkeley. He has since worked for a number of different departments within the Lawrence Hall of Science, including SEPUP, and completed his Masters of Information and Data Science (MIDS) at UC Berkeley. Currently, his work focuses on how to better leverage, and improve access to, digital technologies in informal and formal science and engineering education contexts. He continues to work with SEPUP on special projects and helps maintain the SEPUP website.