Sean Morris

Job title: 
Software Developer
Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology

Sean Morris is a web software developer with 12 years of professional work experience building web and database applications. His tenure at PATH as involved the development of the User Interface for scenario editing and simulation configuration, launching and visualization. He has specific expertise in web mapping and javascript programming technologies and techniques.

Over the past seventeen years, he has also spent a significant amount of his time teaching Computer Science at Albany High School in Albany, California. As a teacher, he has worked extensively with the UC Berkeley Computer Science department to develop and implement high school curriculum for the two nationally-recognized Advanced Placement Computer Science courses. He serves on the Community Advisory Board for the NSF-funded CS10K project, an effort to recruit 10,000 Computer Science teachers around the country. He also works with various education-related Computer Science groups around the Bay Area to promote the recruitment of girls and minorities in high school computer science.



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