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Stephanie Bostwick has been teaching Engineering, Physics, and Math at community and technical colleges in Washington State for the past seven years. She launched the Engineering Transfer program at LWTech in 2016 and is currently teaching the part-time evening program, while also developing hybrid and Open Educational Resources (OER) for the department. Stephanie previously spent a decade working as an Aerospace Engineer in industry and was most recently a program manager for space-related programs. She holds a M.S. and B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the University of Washington as well as a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering Technology from Thomas Edison State University.
Stephanie enjoys incorporating real-world, hands-on projects in her curriculum and clubs. She is currently working to incorporate a more interdisciplinary approach by collaborating with other departments within the college.
Craig Zupke is a Chemical Engineer (B.S. Caltech, Ph.D. MIT) who worked in the biotech industry for 20 years. As part of his process development and optimization activities he wrote code on a variety of platforms for data acquisition, data management, data analysis, process modeling, and process control. When his company (Amgen) decided to leave Washington state, Zupke chose to accelerate his plan to retire and teach. Before coming to LWTech, he taught Computer Science and Engineering at Shoreline Community College.
Zupke enjoys making things—he built his own 3D printer from scratch, as well as a self-balancing electric unicycle. He juggles regularly and is usually making slow progress on some sort of knitting project. While he enjoys teaching computer science, his primary role at LWTech is Chair of the Engineering department.
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