Titan Hosts Smithsonian Delegation
A delegation of executives from the Smithsonian visits the IKS Titan
The IKS Titan had the honor of hosting a group of executives from the Smithsonian. They were very impressed by what they saw and asked many very good questions. The guest list included:
- Claudine K. Brown, Assistant Secretary for Education and Access, The Smithsonian Institution
- Jane Lipton Cafritz, Chairman and CEO, Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
- Trisha Edward, Education Specialist, Lemelson Center
- Ryan Hill, Director of Digital Learning Programs, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
- Dr. Kim Kiehl, Executive Director, Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center
- Caroline Payson, Director of Education, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
But this guest list wasn't the only impressive thing—there was a rockstar group of GATE students from Shaler Area Elementary on hand to present the Titan. They discussed their experiences in it, and how it's impacted their educational experience. They did a fantastic job and really made the Smithsonian's visit a powerful one.
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