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Employment History

Engineering Teacher

Palos Verdes High School


High Magnet School Engineering Teacher

Palo Verde


Senior Engineer


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www.tusd1.org

"The hands-on course will give students the chance to challenge themselves, create team work and gain real engineering design experience," said Mike Cohen, who teaches engineering at Palo Verde.
Cohen has developed the course to inspire students to learn about the many aspects of engineering. Through this course students' technical skills will be enhanced and the excitement of the field of engineering will be opened up to them, said Cohen.


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Retired engineer and second-career teacher Mike Cohen was honored Tuesday, Oct. 7, as Arizona's 2008 American Star of Teaching.
A representative of the U.S. Department of Education made the surprise announcement at Palo Verde Magnet High School, where Cohen teaches engineering. After retiring as a senior engineer from a Fortune 500 company, Cohen decided to teach after noticing that few minority students and women seemed to be entering the engineering profession. With more than 30 years of engineering experience, Cohen built Palo Verde's engineering program from scratch, increasing the number of students from 20 five years ago to 130 today. He also boasts a 100 percent graduation and college-bound rate of success. Cohen helps students after school and on weekends prepare for competition, such as building robots and generators. He also works with community leaders to provide internships, employment, and support for scholarships to universities so that students can continue their academic studies. "Mr. Cohen is a superb example of unprecedented results in classroom focus at the most rigorous level," said Palo Verde Principal Tina Isaac.


www.tucsoncitizen.com

Students can ask Palo Verde High Magnet School engineering teacher Mike Cohen all the questions they want.Cohen received a certificate for the award in a surprise ceremony Tuesday at the school, 1302 S. Avenida Vega.Clocks, electronic motor cars and robots also become many of the students' passions after an engineering class with Cohen.Palo Verde High Magnet School engineering teacher Mike Cohen was awarded Arizona's 2008 American Star of Teaching from the U.S. Department of Education in a surprise ceremony Tuesday at the school, 1302 S. Avenida Vega.


www.fox11az.com

Palo Verde High School engineering teacher Mike Cohen was named Arizona's 2008 American Star of Teaching on Tuesday, October 7.A representative of the U.S. Department of Education came to the school to make the surprise announcement. A retired engineer, Cohen decided to teach after noticing that few minority students and women seemed to be entering the engineering profession.Cohen started Palo Verde's engineering program five years ago with 20 students, and today 130 students are enrolled in engineering classes. "Mr. Cohen is a superb example of unprecedented results in classroom focus at the most rigorous level," said Palo Verde Principal Tina Isaac."A visit to his classroom is a true engagement in learning."


www.acteaz.org [cached]

Mike Cohen Received AZ 2008 American Star of Teaching
Retired engineer and second-career teacher Mike Cohen was honored Tuesday, Oct. 7, as Arizona 's 2008 American Star of Teaching. A representative of the U.S. Department of Education made the surprise announcement at Palo Verde Magnet High School, where Cohen teaches engineering. After retiring as a senior engineer from a Fortune 500 company, Cohen decided to teach after noticing that few minority students and women seemed to be entering the engineering profession. With more than 30 years of engineering experience, Cohen built Palo Verde's engineering program from scratch, increasing the number of students from 20 five years ago to 130 today. He also boasts a 100 percent graduation and college-bound rate of success. Cohen helps students after school and on weekends prepare for competition, such as building robots and generators. He also works with community leaders to provide internships, employment, and support for scholarships to universities so that students can continue their academic studies. "Mr. Cohen is a superb example of unprecedented results in classroom focus at the most rigorous level," said Palo Verde Principal Tina Isaac.


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