Dr. Jason Treadway, or “Dr. J” as the kids call him, initially came to MNS as part of the Uplift Education Program. After just a few months, he was promoted to Applied Science Lead in Education.
Dr. Treadway earned his Ph.D in Structural Engineering from the University of London (Imperial College) and his Master of Science degree in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. His Bachelor of Science in Mathematics comes from Texas A&M University at Commerce. He has worked as a mentor for Dallas High School Talented and Gifted Students, tutored high school and college students in math and mentored National Science Foundation scholars. His areas of expertise include Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering (Metallurgy), Mathematics and Mechanics.
Dr. Treadway was brought to the Museum by a love of teaching, joy of science and a desire to share his knowledge with others. He wants to foster the understanding of why science is such an important part of everyday life. His personal philosophy is “Learn from the past, live in the present, and influence the future.”
Nanoscale phenomena, Technology tools and applications, Energy, Careers in nano, Consumer products, Envisioning the future