Sponsored by STEMscopes
Outstanding Leadership in Science Education Award
This prestigious award recognizes and honors a TSELA member, who through their professional work, has demonstrated outstanding leadership in science education at the school, district, county, regional, and/or national level.
The award is presented at the Texas Science Education Leadership Association (TSELA) meeting held at the annual CAST/STAT conference (November 3, virtual meeting). The award is accompanied by a check for $1,000 and a plaque. This award is being sponsored by STEMscopes.
Eligibility and submission requirements are found on the form below.
Nomination Form and Application (hyperlink to PDF form)
All materials must be submitted to TSELA President Jason Baughman (email@example.com) by 10:00 pm (Central Time) on Friday, October 23, 2020*.
*Extended to October 28th
The complete application packet is to be submitted via email as a PDF file. All submitted items become the property of TSELA and will not be returned. Any late or faxed materials will not be accepted.
Questions? Please contact the Awards Committee Chair, Kenn Heydrick, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This prestigious award recognizes and honors an NSELA member, who through their professional work, has demonstrated outstanding leadership in science education at the school, district, county, regional, and/or national level.
The award is presented at the NSELA breakfast and member meeting at the annual NSELA Leadership Summit. The award is accompanied by a check for $1,000 and a plaque.
NSELA and Vernier Software and Technology are celebrating their second year sponsoring the Vernier Emerging Science Education Leader Scholarship (VESELS). This ongoing partnership supports six $500.00 scholarships for emerging leaders, one from each of the six NSELA Regions, to attend the annual NSELA Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) from July 9 – July 11, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Emerging Science Education Leader Scholarship was founded with support from Dr. Jo Anne Vasquez who started the scholarship fund in 2014. The partners also celebrate the past year’s awardees: Sarah Adumat, Anissa Angier, Alfonso Garcia Arriola, Heather Moll, Amy Murphy, and Joseph Simmons.
Agree to work with an NSELA mentor through June 2019. During the SLI, all scholarship awardees will have meetings with the mentor and share how they will apply SLI learning to their work settings. After six months, awardees will reflect on how they are applying their SLI experience in the Navigator newsletter and online with other scholarship awardees and the mentor.
If you have questions or would like to contribute to the scholarship fund, contact Nancy Kellogg, Awards Chair.