​Lance Fogan is a retired neurologist. "Dr. Fogan tells us what's wrong; he tells us like it is. That's good, and usually necessary," his patients said. A literature/writing class since 2000 is expanding his horizons. Teaching neurology at UCLA, leading brain dissection conferences and enjoying his family takes up his time. He won the American Academy of Neurology History Prize in 1988 for his paper, "The Neurology in Shakespeare." An amature chef, his original recipe, "Sea Bass Mexicana-Chinois," appeared in the September, 1995 issue of Bon Appetit magazine.

STEAM Through the Year – Mathematics

​STEM Through the Months, Winter Edition

Project-Based, Student Centered Learning in a Technology Rich Environment

DINGS tells a family's dramatic clinical and emotional journey as they try to understand why their third-grader is failing school. They assume that his problems stem from anxiety and stress because Dad is serving in the U.S. military in 2006-7 Iraq. The child's blank outs are finally identified by a neurologist's evaluation: it's epilepsy! The parents are devastated. Will Conner ever be able to live a normal life?