STARBASE Educators Receive International Recognition
Bossier Schools is proud to recognize STARBASE 2.0 instructor Mary Beth Irvine and coordinator Benjamin Williamson.
These outstanding educators, who facilitate the middle school Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) STEM and rocketry program, are being singled out for prestigious awards at the International STEM Education Association (ISEA) 2016 conference.
Williamson has been chosen for the Mike Neden STEM Champion Award, which honors educators that have served as a champion for integrated STEM education in their community and serves as a standard of excellence.
The executive committee has also chosen Mary Beth Irvine for ISEA’s Max E. Lundquest Rising Star STEM Educator Award. It recognizes enthusiastic young educators like Irvine who exemplify excellence and leadership in the field of STEM education and for their contributions and future potential as young STEM educators.
Bossier Schools is fortunate to have these two outstanding STEM educators at STARBASE working with, and motivating, our students to pursue careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
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