Robert Panoff , the Founder and Executive Director of Shodor, is the Principal Investigator on the CI-TEAM
grant from the National Science Foundation that funds Pathways to CyberInfrastructure. He
leads the national Pathways to CyberInfrastructure effort.
Patricia Jacobs , a Computing Sciences Mentor at Shodor, leads the local Pathways to CyberInfrastructure
effort in Durham, NC.
Cameron Seay helped design the Pathways to CyberInfrastructure collaboration with North Carolina Central
University. This partnership has produced the CybAdventures explorations.
Shawn Sendlinger , a Chemistry professor at North Carolina Central University, and long-time leader of NCSI's
Computational Chemistry for Chemistry Educators project, coordinates and has taught in the
Jim Ellenson , a Chemistry professor at North Carolina Central University, has led several CybAdventures
Garrett Love , a former Shodor post-doc and now a professor in the Department of Earth, Environmental, and
Geospatial Sciences at North Carolina Central University, has taught in the CybAdventures
program and has developed the engineering curriculum used by many other Pathways workshops.
Al Barnett , also in the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Geospatial Sciences at North Carolina
Central University, has taught for the CybAdventures program.
Monte Evans , a Shodor staff member, has developed curriculum, taught, and supervised intern teaching at
the Antioch and W.D. Hill programs.
Ismael Torres , a Shodor staff member, has been heavily involved in teaching and planning the Restoration
Institute for Leaders and Training for Success programs.
Jonathan Stuart-Moore , a Shodor staff member, has overseen the curriculum development and teaching at the
Restoration Institute for Leaders and Training for Success programs.
James Broadnax taught at NLCA, SBCA
Emily Gartland taught at Jackon County and SBCA, and helped collect documentation for workshops
Jovanna Foreman taught most of the workshops at WD Hill
Kaitrin Wilson taught graphics at NLCA
Jason Jones taught at NLCA
Lateasha Shirer taught at W.D. Hill this summer, and has single-handedly taught the fall W.D. Hill
after-school program. She has also managed much of the documentation of workshops.
Thomas Maxwell taught in the Antioch program this summer, and worked to collect documentation materials.
Antwan Robinson was heavily involved in teaching the W.D. Hill and Antioch programs.
Benjamin Philbrick taught much of the summer graphics course at the Restoration Institute for Leaders.
Solomon Valentine helped to teach the Antioch program.
Samuel Gass helped to collect documentation materials for this website.