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New Mexico Academy of Science (NMAS)
Awards to New Mexico science teachers in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in teaching the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and math) to their students. These awards honor outstanding Informal Science Educators and K-12 science teachers at the New Mexico Academy of Science Annual Meeting, which is usually held in early November.
In 2018 the Academy opened the Awards to Informal Science Educators (ISE). The American Chemical Society has partnered with NMAS and currently presents the monetary award to both NMAS winning educators.
GrantWatch ID#: 160046
Since 1990, awards have been given to two teachers annually.
Winners are honored at the NMAS symposium/meeting with an engraved plaque, a monetary award provided by ACS, and classroom materials. Each winner and a guest are provided a hotel room and event registration/meal for the annual award ceremony.
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Email nomination form(s) and supporting documentation to New Mexico Academy of Science at email@example.com, with “Outstanding NM Teacher Award” in the subject line.
Jane Aubele, Program Director (2019)
NM Museum of Natural History and Science
USA: New Mexico
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