Math and Science Teachers' Conference

For information, contact:
Sarah Schneider
Support the MST Conference!

Save the Date: October 26-27, 2015

Casper College invites you to the 13th Annual Math and Science Teachers’ Conference on Monday and Tuesday, October 26-27, 2015. Casper College is committed to providing participants of this event with cutting-edge technology, innovative teaching methods, networking opportunities, and continuing education, teaching standards (PTSB), or graduate credits.


  • Attendee
    • Early Bird (through 9/18) = $180
    • Late (9/19-10/16) = $220
  • Presenter
    • Early Bird (through 9/18) = $90
    • Late (9/19-10/16) = $130
  • Vendor
    • SOLD OUT

2015 Keynote Presenters

Ryan Prouty: My Journey to NASA
  • Monday, Oct. 26, 2015
  • 8-9 a.m.
  • Gatway Building room 225

Ryan Prouty will share the history of her journey from the mountains of Wyoming to the halls of NASA Johnson Space Center. A journey that will point back to lessons she learned from teachers throughout her schooling at Kelly Walsh High School and the University of Wyoming. She will share the path her career has taken since joining NASA, as well as insight into the current mission of the International Space Station as she works to lead a culture change focused on aligning the International Space Station core processes with the values of its customers.

Hakeem Oluseyi: Reaching for the Stars, No Matter what the Odds
  • Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015
  • 8-9 a.m.
  • Gateway Building room 225

Hakeem Oluseyi (pronounced oh-loo-SAY-ee), Ph.D. is a world-renowned astrophysicist who teaches, invents, and discovers. His story began in the impoverished Mississippi and the lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, where he earned the moniker "the Gangsta Nerd" by staying true to himself and his values, and dreaming bigger than anyone around him could even imagine. Today, Oluseyi has five degrees, 80 publications, and over 11 patents. He is recognized internationally for his contributions to science, astrophysics, high-performance computing, and the 100 Year Starship Project. His mission is to pass on knowledge, process and results to the next generation and to promote service to humanity and country. Attendees can look forward to inspiring their own creativity, collaboration, and diversity awareness through STEM studies and story. They will take back the spark to inspire their own students to reach for the stars, no matter what the odds!