APS awards more than $200,000 to middle and high school science teachers

June 24, 2004 BETHESDA, Md. As a part of its continuing efforts to promote excellence in K-12 science education, the American Physiological Society (APS) has awarded its Frontiers in Physiology 2004 Professional Development Fellowships to 24 middle- and high-school science teachers in 11 states. Twenty-two APS members working in a laboratory setting volunteer to host and mentor winning teachers for a summer of in-depth scientific research. Each teacher is paired with an APS member and becomes part of the laboratory team.

The 2004 Frontiers in Physiology Research Teachers are:

    Charles Allen Custer High School, Milwaukee, WI
    Sandra Apolinar Thomas Jefferson High School, San Antonio, TX
    Felicia Benson Osborn High School, Detroit, MI
    Brendan Callahan Dunedin High School, Dunedin, FL
    David Craymer Muskegon High School, Muskegon, MI
    Suzanne Goedeken Silver Lake High School, Roseland, NE
    Dustin Graves S.J. Davis Middle School, San Antonio, TX
    Angelica Herron West Ashley Intermediate School, Charleston, SC
    Megan Hollingsworth Fox Tech High School, San Antonio, TX
    Martha S. Jimenez John F. Kennedy High School, San Antonio, TX
    Christine Karlberg Orange County High School of the Arts, Santa Ana, CA
    Jessica Kos Cutler Ridge Middle School, Miami, FL
    Kaci May North Charleston Elementary, North Charleston, SC
    Aurora Merry Salem High School, Salem, NH
    Amy Nichols O'Conner High School, San Antonio, TX
    Rachel Pearce Arsenal Tech High School, Indianapolis, IN
    Leone Rochelle Ridge View High School, Columbia, SC
    Betsy Scarborough Crayton Middle School, Columbia, SC
    Tammie Schrader Cheney Middle School, Cheney, WA
    Christopher Schrenk Green Brook Middle School, Green Brook, NJ
    Tonya Smith Southeast Middle School, Hopkins, SC
    Adrienne Tavelinsky Dobbs Ferry High School, Dobbs Ferry, NY
    Blondelle Tolliver James Island

Contact: Stacy Brooks
American Physiological Society

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