Jason Ellis was born on 15 December, 1982 in Kent, Washington, United States, is an American basketball player. Jason Ellis, Class: 2003 Induction: 2011 Sport(s): Baseball - Jason S. Ellis is the son of the late Denny Ellis and Pam Deerwester. Ellis grew up in Batavia. Jason Ellis averaged 4.9 points, 6.6 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game in his 179-game career with the Idaho Stampede. He began playing during the 2007 season.
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"To Teach is to Touch a Life Forever"
Mr. Jason Ellis
Boys Varsity Basketball
(585)249-6700 x 7800
Penfield High School
Mr. Ellis' motivation behind Teaching
Throughout my years of being a student, I have developed a strong passion for mathematics and educational enhancement. I believe that no matter the age of an individual we are all students in one way or another. We can all learn and grow from one another, making us stronger, and more well-rounded human beings. I became an educator with the desires to reach out and encourage the academic development of our students, influencing the success of our future of tomorrow.
I believe that the strongest, most influential way to encourage academic enhancement is open communication. I expect that students will approach me with concerns, needs, and idea’s in order to achieve a greater level of scholastic understandings. Also, I feel that it is important for students to expect the same level of openness from me, as their educator. Open communication allows for individuals to respect, understand, and acknowledge the importance of academic enhancement. With this in mind, I also feel that it is important for parent teacher communications. I encourage you to call me at school or e-mail me if you have any questions about the materials being learned in class or if you would like an update of your child’s academic development.
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Mr. Jason Ellis
Penfield High School
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American basketball player – Jason Ellis was born in Kent (city located in King County, Washington, USA) on December 15th, 1982 and is 39 years old today.
How old is Jason Ellis?
Jason Ellis is 39 years old.
|Birthday||December 15th, 1982 (Wednesday)|
|Place of Birth||Kent|
City located in King County, Washington, USA
|Birth sign (Zodiac)||Sagittarius (The Centaur/Archer) ♐|
|Chinese Zodiac||Dog 狗|
American basketball player
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Jason Ellis was born on December 15th, 1982.
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Large Display Environments
Making decisions under time pressure is difficult. The pressure only goes up when complex data must be understood to make the decisions and significant amounts of money are involved. I am leading an effort to build large display environments that help people in a variety of industies make decisions under these challenging conditions. These rooms use large wall and table touch screens to display key complex data, custom software to support fluid interaction across multiple displays (and with remote participants), and new user interface approaches suited to the new environment and high-pressure tasks at hand. The first environment is in daily use by the Toronto Raptors pro basketball team.youtube// techcrunch
360° Camera Collaboration
Gaze is a powerful form of social feedback, providing cues about attention and interest, and boredom and distraction. We designed and built a system that enables remote participants in a collocated meeting to look around the local meeting space, and that showed local participants where the remote participants were looking. Of course, pointing a camera is not the same as gazing, and so we conducted a study to understand how simulated gazes might be used, and to what extent they would be experienced as social cues. Findings range from the use of simulated gaze to signal attention, to ways in which local and remote participants experienced these simulated gazes. These findings illustrate the value of indirection and abstraction in presenting social cues; raise issues of privacy, visibility, and participation asymmetry; and suggest implications for design and further research.acm dis paper
Rapid Prototyping for Cognitive Environments
Cognitive Environments are richly instrumented spaces that feature a multitude of sensors, displays, input mechanisms, and smart devices. Such environments afford a variety of rich interactive experiences. However, building those experiences is often complex and time consuming. I created a suite of scripting tools that allow users to quickly prototype experiences in such environments by providing a straightforward programming language that allows novices to exercise the same room APIs as expert developers. In this way, users can quickly simulate what the completed experience would be like. The scripts also serve as scaffolding -- allowing users to move from prototype to completed application by replacing segments of scripts with fully functioning code bit-by-bit. This approach was used in our work for Repsol and others.cognitive technologies for repsol
Visualization for Medical and Social Care
Medical, social work, and other health professionals often have patients in common, but collaboration among these roles is a challenge. I built a set of interactive visualizations that integrate data from a variety of sources and aim to facilitate appropriate coordination among caregiving roles. The visualizations provide a rich, evolving picture of the patient in their social and medical context. I am working on an interdisciplinary team to design and evaluate these tools. Research issues include design for disparate roles, collaborative visualization, privacy, and information integration.ibm journal of r&d article
Mobile Applications for the Developing World
Five of the the six billion people on Earth do not have access to computing technology. But that's changing. In Africa, for example, mobile phone subscribers have jumped from 10 million to 400 million between 2004 and 2009. What does it mean to make software that specifically targets these markets? Can social software empower the poor in new and meaningful ways? Social computing has the potential to play a transformative role in the developing world, but tapping that power will require a radical rethink of how we design, build, and profit.project website// manifesto
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Social Visualization in Software Development
Many software development tools focus on supporting the primary technical work – writing code, managing requirements, filing bugs, etc. Yet with large teams, managing the social aspects of a project can be as complex as managing code. Visualizing social aspects of such projects can help make it easier to find problems and respond appropriately. A key mechanism of the approach has been patented.chi paper// cscw paper
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Jason graduated cum laude from Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2009. Since then, he has been representing injured people at Siebert & Johnson, litigating and trying personal injury cases all over Kentucky. In 2018, only one attorney in the state of Kentucky took more cases to trial than Jason. 1 In 2014, he was also able to obtain a $171,000 jury verdict when the insurance company offered his client only $5,000 before trial. More recently in 2019, Jason obtained a $962,500 verdict for a mother and daughter injured in a car wreck. That result was more than double the offer from the insurance company before trial and ended up being the second largest motor vehicle accident verdict in the state in 2019.2
Jason’s courtroom experience and willingness to go to trial benefit his clients. He has been able to obtain settlements in the amounts of $1,050,000, $500,000, $450,000 and $400,000. These outcomes have resulted in Jason being recognized as the 2015 Premier 100 Trial Attorney by the American Academy of Trial Attorneys and 2016 Nationally Ranked Top 10 under 40 by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys. Jason is also AV-Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbard for his legal and ethical ability as voted on by his peers. He is also a life member of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum which consists of less than 1% of the practicing attorneys in the U.S.
Jason and his wife have two children who keep them busy with their activities of dance, gymnastics, swimming, baseball, basketball, soccer, and tennis. Jason enjoys traveling with his family, fishing, golfing, and coaching youth baseball.
1: Per 2018 Kentucky Trial Court Review
2: Per 2019 Kentucky Trial Court Review
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|Birthplace: Kent, WA|
Ellis Makes All-Time Bronco Basketball Team
The forwards for the all-time Boise State basketball team are set. Jason Ellis joins Arnell Jones in the front court, after outpointing Abe Jackson in a runoff election. Earlier, Chris Childs and Roberto Bergersen were voted as guards to the team. Here's a look at the newest member to the all-time team:
Jason Ellis (2001-2005)
Here was a Bronco that played with determination, heart and soul.There may have been Broncos with more talent, but no one that gave more effort or that was more relentless in the pursuit of bettering themselves and their team.
When he played his last game in March of 2005, Ellis went out as the school's record holder in terms of total rebounds with 948.Of course, Bill Otey's four-year total including junior college was higher, but Ellis beat the next best four-year starter, Bruce Bolden, by 181 rebounds.Ellis's average of 7.9 per game ranks third behind only Otey (15.1) and Steve Wallace (10.4).
Ellis contributed quietly without drawing attention to himself; he did his job and that was it.People recognize his effort.But when you look at his accomplishments, he has to rise near the top of the all-time forwards.Consider this:Jason is the only player since 1968 to score over 1,000 points and grab 800 rebounds.He also ranks fifth in blocked shots with 103 and 11th in career field goals with 389.
Ellis really accepted his leadership role the past two seasons.He hit the boards with a tenacity that saw him grab 9.0 in 2003-04 and 8.96 the following year.Those seasons rank him sixth and seventh all-time.
In Ellis' junior year, the Broncos won 23 games, tied for second all-time, and scored a record 2,431 points.They made 852 field goals (4th), attempted 1,904 field goals (also 4th), hit 221 three-pointers (4th all-time) and attempted 639 treys (3rd all-time).They set an all-time school mark of 73.8% from the free-throw line and pulled down 1,136 rebounds, 2nd in the record books.That team took care of the ball, allowing only 180 steals, the fifth best performance all-time.
In Jason's sophomore season, he helped the Broncos to a season total of 109 blocked shots, 3rd all-time.
But those teams were not just known for their offense.His sophomore year, the Broncos allowed just 296 assists (4th all-time) and 43 percent shooting by their opposition (2nd).In Ellis' junior year, they allowed a meager 31 percent from three-point land and 43.2% overall, both third in the record books.
Jason led in rebounding all of his four seasons, getting progressively better.In 2001-02, he grabbed 5.8 per game, then took command with 7.8 his sophomore season, 9.0 the following year and 8.86 his senior season.Jason also led in field goal percentage in his sophomore and senior years, hitting 49% (102-208 and 48.9% (113-281) respectively.Ellis joined Bronco great Bruce Bolden as the only two players in school history to lead their teams in rebounding in each of their four seasons.
Ellis also has another impressive statistic in his resume.He is one of four Broncos to lead the team in blocked shots in three different seasons (Bruce Bolden, Tanoka Beard and Trever Tillman are the others).He blocked 27 shots his sophomore year, 32 the following season and 28 his senior year.
Jason was tabbed as a member of the Western Athletic Conference All-Defensive Team in 2004 and 2005, and was selected to the All- Tournament team in 2006.
Ellis's first year was disappointing, with the team slipping to 13-17 in Coach Rod Jensen's last year.The following season was almost identical (13-16) but the Broncos enjoyed a great season in 2003-04 under Head Coach Greg Graham. finished second during the season with a 12-6 WAC record, defeating UTEP twice and also knocking off .The Miners got the better of them in the post-season tournament, however, and the Broncos were chosen for the National Invitation Tournament.They reached the Sweet Sixteen by blasting Mountain West Conference member UNLV 84-69 and downing Wisconsin-Milwaukee 73-70 before losing at 66-53.Start the Conversation ">247Sports
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