FELLOWS RECOGNITION CEREMONY
The Fellows Award Program honors teachers who have served with distinction as science educators in New York State. These persons are chosen on the basis of their effective teaching and active participation in professional scientific organizations. Their leadership and scholarly endeavors in science education are noteworthy. The recipients are honored at the Annual Conference.
Sunday, November 4th, 2018
5:00 pm -- 6:30 pm Fellows Induction Ceremony and Fellows Address; Convention Center, Liliac Ballroom
Fellows Address: Dr. Beau Lotto, Science Education as a Route to Learning Adaptability, Convention Center, Lilac Ballroom
7:00 pm Fellows and Past Presidents Dinner - Gleason Room, Rochester Riverside Hotel
This dinner is held to honor both Fellows and Past Presidents and includes these individuals, as well as, registered and invited guests. Conference attendees may choose to attend this dinner by selecting this option on the Conference Registration form. There is an additional $10.00 fee to cover included refreshments. The established dress protocol for this dinner is "business formal attire".
Welcome All: Join us at the Past Presidents and Fellows Dinner !
Fran Hess, Fellows Chairperson:
"The Past Presidents and Fellows Dinner is a very special event held during our Annual Conference each year. It is a time when we celebrate the achievements and contributions of our most esteemed members, our STANYS Fellows.
ALL STANYS Annual Conference attendees are invited to join us at the Past Presidents and Fellows Dinner.
The dinner is served with wine and to cover the additional costs, conference attendees wishing to attend the Past Presidents and Fellows Dinner must register and include an additional $10 in their conference fees. The established dress protocol for this dinner is "business formal attire".
All conference attendees are invited to consider attending the Fellows Dinner to help us honor our Fellows. We hope that by meeting and talking to our outstanding educators, who have contributed so much to STANYS and science education in New York State, our members will seek to become more involved in the STANYS organization and perhaps may end up being our future Fellows."