Congratulations to the 2020 LRIG-New England Education Grant Winners

Congratulations to the 2020 LRIG-New England Education Grant Winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of our 2020 LRIG-New England Marsha Paul Education Grants!  The grants of up to $2,000 were awarded to those STEM based educators teaching in 8th grade through high school throughout New England that proposed the best project-based activities in laboratory education settings.  We had another strong group of applicants this year from which to select and we look forward to each winner presenting their progress at an upcoming LRIG-NE meeting.   The winner of this years grants are:

Richard Eiermann
Robotics – Competing on the Course to College & Career
Tahanto Regional Middle/High School – Boylston, MA

Kelly Griffin
Applications of Science Forensics Investigative Unit
Greater Lowell Technical High School – Tyngsboro, MA

Kelsea Lewis
Drones Driven for Data (DDD) within Environmental Science
Wilbraham & Monson Academy – Wilbraham, MA

Scott McElroy
Manufacturing and Design Classes Looking to Expand on 21st-Century Learning Skills
Old Rochester Regional High School – Mattapoisett, MA

Debora O’Reilly
Assisting Local Farmers in Identifying Corn Field Pathogens
Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School – Hathorne, MA

We would like to thank all the educators who took the time to apply for our 2020 LRIG-New England Marsha Paul Education Grant and hope all will reapply as we begin to accept new applications for 2021.

Sincerely,

Daniel P. Cinicola

Executive Chair, LRIG-New England

2020-03-14T18:12:55+00:00