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Live Webinar - Learn about the New Schools of Distinction Award and other Awards/Grants/Scholarships
Learn about the New Schools of Distinction Award and other Awards/Grants/Scholarships
When: Thursday, January 28th, 7pm
Presenters: Dawn Zalkus, Liz Farnisi Chris Grodoski
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What is the process for earning IAEA recognition? What scholarships and grants are available? How does the new Schools of Distinction Award work? This presentation will detail the IAEA Awards and Scholarship program. Hosted by members of the Awards and Scholarship Committee, participants will learn about eligibility, the application process, and how candidates are reviewed. Attendees will also learn about the grants and scholarships that are available as well as the IAEA’s newest award, Schools of Distinction.
Liz Farnesi is a middle-level educator and reviewer on the IAEA Awards and Scholarship Committee. Liz was the 2018 IAEA Middle-Level Educator of the Year. She currently serves as the coordinator for the statewide Schools of Distinction Award.
Chris Grodoski currently serves as the IAEA statewide vice president. In this role, he oversees the awards and scholarship program for the organization.
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