The Fellows met for their final session of their two year journey on February 26-27, 2011. On Friday evening, the Fellows reconnected and organized for their final presentation to the membership on their two-year leadership journey. Sue Carson who has fifteen years experience providing grantwriting, research, reporting, training, and resource development for organzations presented the morning session on Grantseeking for Science Education.  In the afternoon, Carlene White, Language Arts Resource Teacher for Chatham County Schools, delivered a session on Literacy Strategies for Science Content Instruction.  Later in the day, Darlene Ryan, Fellows Facilitator, engaged the Fellows in activities for active decision making.

The Fellows will present to the general membership on April 16th a synopsis of their experience.  Please come join them and celebrate these new leaders and their accomplishments. Special thanks to the NCSMTEC and Burroughs Wellcome Fund for continued support of the North Carolina Science Leadership Fellows Program.


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