|Linda Padwa, M.A.T.|
|Associate Director, Science Education|
M.A.T. Science Education, Harvard University
Linda Padwa is a lecturer in the Science Education Program. She has taught Methods I and Methods II classes and supervises student teachers in the Undergraduate and Master of Arts in Teaching Program.
After her retirement from a position as a high school science teacher, Ms. Padwa joined the Science Education Program at Stony Brook University. She is currently the Associate Director of the program and is an adjunct in the Chemistry Department at the University.
During her career as a science teacher Ms. Padwa taught high school chemistry, earth science, AP environmental science, science research, and eighth grade general science. She also served as faculty advisor for a wide range of co-curricular activities and clubs, including National Honor Society, Academic Team, Science Olympiad Team, and Robotics Club.
Ms. Padwa has served as a consultant for the New York State Education Department as a question writer and test editor for the Chemistry Regents Examination Development Committee and as a member of the Regents Examination in Chemistry Laboratory Component development committee. She is an active member of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS), where she is the Suffolk Country Subject Area Representative for Colleges.
As a leader in the Biology Chemistry Professional Development Network (BCPDN), Ms. Padwa has conducted numerous in-service workshops for chemistry teachers. She represents the BCPDN at Science Summit Meetings that are held each year in conjunction with the New York State Education Department.
December 6th: Registration for Protein Modeling Comptetion
January 29: Registration for North America Computational Linguistics Olympiad
November 22: Geology Open Night: "Exotic chemistry at extreme conditions: from new materials to models of planetary interiors" (Dr. Artem Oganov)
December 6: Astronomy Open Night: "The Hunt for Dark Matter" (Dr. Rouven Essig)
January 30: North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO) Round One
February 28: Protein Modeling Challenge