Mike Hall is a K-12 educator with 26 years of teaching experience in STEM fields, including physical science, physics, technology education, and computer science. Currently, he is a computer science educator at Columbia Public Schools in Columbia, MO. Hall also serves in an organizational and teaching role with the Columbia College Summer STEAM Camp.
Previously, Hall participated as a Fellow in "A Time for Physics First", a grant funded by the National Science Foundation-Math Science Partnership. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Education, and a Master’s in Educational Technology from the University of Missouri-Columbia.