- May 9, 2016
- Posted by: Chris Winikka
Jill Hubbard designed software and hardware for Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation and Intel Corporation. After receiving her Master of Education degree, she developed Tualatin High School’s engineering and computer science pathways and programs of study. She started Tualatin High School’s after-school technology program consisting of FIRST Robotics Competition teams, FIRST Tech Challenge teams, Oregon Game Competitions teams, and Willamette Programming Competition teams.
Jill serves on the Oregon Computer Science Teachers Association’s (OCSTA) leadership team, leading the multi-district, collaborative development of Oregon’s Computer Science Playbook and worked with the South Metro Salem STEM Hub, connecting education, industry, and community.
Jill is currently a co-Principal Investigator, in partnership with Portland State University and the University of Oregon, on a National Science Foundation grant focused on expanding access to introductory computer science courses, particularly for students who have been historically underrepresented in Oregon’s computing classrooms.”