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Susan Boehling |Email | Webpage
Susan Boehling holds a BA degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Virginia Tech and a MS degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Medical College of Virginia. She worked as a rehabilitation engineer and director of the Assistive Device Laboratory at the Southside Virginia Training Center. She has taught Biology, Physics, Earth Science, and Astronomy.
Scott Caudill |Email | Webpage
Scott Caudill earned a BS in Biology with an ecology emphasis from Baylor University and a BS in Science Education from North Carolina State University. He taught previously at Cary High School.
Whit Hames |Email | Webpage
Whit Hames has taught in Moriyama, Japan, at Eastern Wayne High School in Goldsboro, and at Southeast Raleigh High School, where he was division leader for science. He has a BS in Biology from Michigan State University and an MS in Biology from James Madison University.
Philip Kellogg |Email
Philip Kellogg teaches Physics at Raleigh Charter. Originally from Ohio, Philip completed a BS in physics at Otterbein University, with his undergraduate research focusing on neutrino oscillation experiments at Fermilab. He completed the MAT program in science at NC State University, and has previously taught AP Physics C and Astronomy at Holly Springs High School.
Amy Koch |Email | Webpage
Amy Koch has been a researcher at three universities. Her degrees, the B.S. in Biology and the MAT in Science Education, are from Duke University. Prior to coming to RCHS, Amy Koch was a Biology teacher at Southeast Raleigh High School. In her spare time, Ms. Koch likes to read and spend time with her three children.
Rebecca Mann |Email | Webpage
Rebecca Mann has a BS in geology from the University of North Carolina Wilmington and an MAT in secondary science education from North Carolina State University. She taught science in inner-city schools in Washington, DC before returning to her hometown of Raleigh. Rebecca is a proud graduate of RCHS and is happy to be back in the place she loves!
Norma Pedersen |Email | Webpage
Norma Pedersen holds a BA in Chemistry from Capital University and an MS degree in Biochemistry from NC State University where her research focused on hormone regulation of gene expression. She has taught Chemistry and Organic Chemistry at Wake Technical Community College, NC State University, and various high schools in the Raleigh-Durham area. She has also served as a Reader for the AP Chemistry exam.
Troy Weaver |Email