EDUCATION

ASU welcomes Surprise teacher to research program

Work in center for Biomentiated and Bioinspired Genomics

Posted 6/15/22

Huda Clemens, iExplore teacher from Western Peaks Elementary School in Surprise, was recently accepted into the Arizona State University Center for Biomediated and Bioinspired Geotechnics — CBBG Research Experience for Teachers Program.

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EDUCATION

ASU welcomes Surprise teacher to research program

Work in center for Biomentiated and Bioinspired Genomics

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Huda Clemens, iExplore teacher from Western Peaks Elementary School in Surprise, was recently accepted into the Arizona State University Center for Biomediated and Bioinspired Geotechnics — CBBG Research Experience for Teachers Program.

Clemens is completing cutting-edge laboratory research and curriculum development workshops in order to develop modules to implement in the classroom.

In May, Clemens was one of three DUSD teachers named D-backs Most Valuable Teachers in STEM by the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Clemens was nominated by Lisa Garon. “She certainly deserves to be recognized for all her extra time, patience and desire to help students become better in the area of STEM,” shared Garon.

“Mrs. Clemens is our iExplore teacher and also runs an after-school Robotics Club. Since she designs and records the morning announcements for our building, she engages our students in those so they can be a part of the process
The district cannot wait to see the innovative STEM projects she will bring back to the Falcons.

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