Quanchen Warmack

The Efficiency of Science, Technology, Accessibility, Mathematics, and Public Health Tutoring Center Among Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

    (Co-presenters – Susanna Henderson)

    I grew up in an Orphanage in Shanghai, China. My parents adopted me and I have lived in America since I was 13 years old. I went to Kentucky School for the Deaf for high school. During my senior year, I was an assistant math and art teacher. I received four scholarships and graduated in May 2016. In University, I had four different internships. They were: Mathematics and Mathematics Education Researcher at Gallaudet University (2018 & 2019 – 2020); Art teacher at Isaiah’s Place in Whitney, Texas (2020); and architectural design at Design Plus Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky (Summer 2017). I graduated May 2020 from Gallaudet University. My major was in Mathematics and a minor in Graphic Design. I am working as Science, Technology, Accessibility, Mathematics, and Public Health/Psychology (STAMP) Coordinator Assistant under Susanna Henderson. My hobbies are art, yoga, and solving Rubik’s Cube.