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Ron Kaspar has been a high school teacher at Millard South High School in Omaha, Nebraska for the past four years. As an undergraduate, he preformed research using molecular modeling of small organic biomolecules. After earning his B.S. in chemistry from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, he spent one year of graduate school at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln as an organic chemistry major. However, he found the interactions of his teaching assistant position more enjoyable than the laboratory work. So, he followed his heart and switched to a graduate education major. He earned a Masters of Secondary Teaching (MST) with endorsements in chemistry and physical science and is currently teaching Chemistry, Advanced Placement Chemistry, and Physics.
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