Michael C. Jackson Distinguished Service Award

NCSLA Annually gives a Michael C. Jackson Distinguished Service Award to the person who has performed a great service to science education in North Carolina. The award is sponsored by Fisher Scientific Education and is presented a the Spring Meeting.

To nominate someone, whether a NCSLA member or not, for this award, complete the application form, and submit it no later than March 31. Please consider nominating anyone who has been a tremendous help to your or your area or to science education in North Carolina. We encourage you to keep your nominations confidential. Nominations that are not awarded will be held over for consideration in subsequent years.

Completed nomination packets should include the following:
1. Completed nomination form.
2. Letters of recommendation or support.
3. Short resume' or vita of the nominee. (optional)

The Distinguished Service Award was renamed in 2008 in honor of Michael C. Jackson, a founder of NCSLA. Learn more...


Fred Beyer receives the 2010 Distinguished Service Award from Michael Jackson and Fisher Representative, Sean Nichols.

For further information, contact Renee Coward , NCSLA Awards Committee Chair

 

Past recipients of the Michael C. Jackson Distinguished Service Award

  • Fred Allen (1999)
  • Charles Coble (2000)
  • Jessie Jones (2001)
  • David Haase (2002)
  • Vallie Guthie (2003)
  • Tom Bell (2004)
  • Manley Midgett (2005)
  • Steve Dyche (2006)
  • Judy Jones (2007)
  • Beth Snoke Harris (2008)
  • Brenda Evans (2009)
  • Fred Beyer (2010)



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