CMaT provides learning opportunities for high school students and teachers using the ideas and practices of cell manufacturing to help build an inclusive, innovative workforce.

The goal is to develop effective, long-term partnerships with strategic school districts to:

  • Introduce new CMaT-related modules and activities into their classrooms
  • Enable high school students and teachers to participate in new cell manufacturing research experiences

Current pre-college education partners include:

Atlanta Public Schools, Georgia

Mayaguez School District, Puerto Rico

Clarke County School District, Georgia

Madison Metropolitan School District, Wisconsin

2018 Summer Teachers

Elizabeth Gordon
Elizabeth Gordon
University: Fulton County Schools
Lab: Johnna Temenoff, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
Mentor: Gilad Doron
Stan Harrison
Stan Harrison
University: Morgan County High School
Lab: Regenerative Biosciences Center (RBC), UGA
Mentor: Luke Mortensen
Brenda Rodriguez
Brenda Rodriguez
University: Department of Education of Puerto Rico
Lab: Dr Jorge Almodovar Laboratory, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus
Mentor: Said Cifuentes
Venus Vargas
Venus Vargas
University: Department of Education of Puerto Rico
Lab: UPR Mayagüez – Mechanical Engineering Prof. Pedro Resto
Mentor: Dr. Pedro Resto