MESA Teacher of the Year
Mark D. Jasumback
Each year, the Utah Engineers Council recognizes the Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program Teacher of the Year, who is selected by the educational community. MESA is an award-winning K-16 organization that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). It engages students, parents, and alumni as advocates for equity and access to high-quality STEM education and training for students. This year, the MESA Teacher of the Year is Mark D. Jasumback, a physics teacher and MESA adviser at Skyline High School. Mr. Jasumback accompanied MESA students to the MESA National Engineering Design Competition at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, where the team took first place both years!
Mr. Jasumback wishes to thank:
- Paul Ross, Michelle Loveday, and Nathan Moore, the Granite School District Coordinators for the honor
- Utah Engineers Council for continued support and recognition
The Utah Engineers Council thanks the American Society of Plumbing Engineers. Its members supported this award with a generous donation.