Meet Casey Rimmer Casey is a forward thinking educator that has been a classroom teacher, instructional technology facilitator and technology, edtech and innovation leader in Union County Public Schools for eleven years.Passionate about technology and the ways that it can transform teaching and learning, Casey has led district leadership and school staff to capitalize on technology in countless ways.She spends a great deal of time strategically reviewing, planning, implementing and analyzing digital resource applications and their impact on student achievement. Casey works diligently to lead the district and the state in student data privacy best practices and keeping students safe online.When EdTech is not keeping Casey busy she is innovating with the districts 23 STEM schools, working to empower and engage students in real world collaboration and problem solving.
Featured Science Innovators
Margaux Mitera. Collaboration is key to taking ideas further, and having the right tools can make all the difference. That’s certainly what Margaux Mitera believes. As senior product development engineer in 3M’s Stationery and Office Supplies Division, her work focuses on developing new-to-the-world Post-it® Note products designed to help consumers turn their thoughts into actions and ideas into reality.
Meet Dr. Langer-Anderson. Every day, Dr. Delony Langer-Anderson combines her imagination, insight and scientific expertise to transform ideas into products that make lives better. As a senior product development specialist in the 3M Consumer Health Care Division, Dr. Langer-Anderson solves real-world health care challenges and works to develop products that help people in pain feel better.
Meet John Henderson. As a senior product development engineer in 3M’s Automotive Aftermarket Division (AAD), he works to enhance the collision repair process through the development of paint-related products like cups and spray guns. He creates products that reduce the time workers spend cleaning equipment with solvent and the amount of materials wasted per repair, as well as those that help body shops to deliver a shiny, like-new vehicle back to the customer as quickly as possible.