William B. McIlwaine Science Teaching Award
The William B. McIlwaine Science Teaching Award has been established to promote and recognize the outstanding teaching of science in grades K-12 by full-time undergraduate and graduate students, and full-time teachers who have completed no more than two years of teaching.
Description of the Award
Each award will consist of: a plaque, a membership in PSTA for a period of two years, beginning January 1 of the year following the convention at which the Award is presented, a free two-day registration for the convention, and a one day/night room and meal package at the convention.
Applicants must be:
(1) undergraduate students who have completed student teaching; or,
(2) full-time graduate students currently enrolled in academic programs leading to a degree and/or certification in a teaching field; or,
(3) full-time teachers having a total of no more than two years of teaching experience at any level.
Applicants must be nominated by a current member of PSTA. The nominator must complete, in word-processed form, the required information and submit it directly to the Awards Committee Chair. Application packets must be postmarked by September 1st of the year in which the nomination is made.
THE APPLICATION PACKET CONSISTS OF:
Nominee’s Resume (2-page maximum)
Nominee’s Data Form
Nominee’s Supporting Information
Nominator’s Data Form
Nominator’s Supporting Information
Application packets must be postmarked by September 1st
Past Award Recipients