Northport High School Science Teacher Selected For New York State STEM Teaching Fellowship
Northport High School science teacher Kimberly Collins was recently selected by the STEM Leadership Center as one of 10 teachers to participate in the 2017-18 cohort for the Regeneron STEM Teaching Fellowship. This fellowship is a competitive program that provides professional training experiences to exceptional science teachers in New York State.
Collins will participate in a 16-month program of graduate coursework. After completing the course, she will receive a Leadership Certificate from Teachers College, Columbia University, and take part in a two-week laboratory research mentorship at Regeneron’s Tarrytown labs.
“Kim plays a central role within our district, providing high-quality teaching to our learning community,” said David Storch, the district’s chairperson of science and technology education. “We look forward to supporting her in this transformative professional development experience.”
Photo: Northport High School science teacher Kim Collins was selected by the STEM Leadership Center to participate in the 2017-18 STEM Teaching Fellowship.
Photo courtesy of the Northport-East Northport Union Free District