Matthew Lowe - Title I Coordinator at Hurricane Elementary receives 2016 STEM Innovation Award
Congratulations to our Matthew Lowe - Title I Coordinator at Hurricane Elementary School
2016 STEM Innovation Awards Recipients Announced
Five Utah residents to be recognized for their contributions to STEM education
SALT LAKE CITY – The STEM Action Center will hold their second STEM Innovation Awards ceremony in partnership with the Utah Technology Council at their annual Utah Innovation Awards luncheon on Wednesday, May 11.
The STEM Innovation Awards are an opportunity to recognize five Utah residents that are excelling in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Nominations were open to the general public from February to April of this year. The STEM Action Center team and the STEM Action Center Board, through a rigorous process, chose this year’s honorees in the following categories:
Student: Emily Naylor, senior at Mountain Heights Academy
Teacher: Katie Rogers, 4th grade STEM teacher at Thunder Ridge Elementary
Principal: Matthew Lowe, Title I school site coordinator at Hurricane Elementary School
Mentor: Steven Shumway, professional development provider for K-12 STEM Education at Brigham Young University
Counselor: Zekeriya Temircan, academic dean at Beehive Science and Technology Academy
Dr. Tamara Goetz, executive director of the Utah STEM Action Center, along with Richard Nelson, president and CEO of Utah Technology Council will present the awards.
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