Each year, MassBioEd and our partners recognize an outstanding school, teacher, and student for their achievements in life sciences education.
Joshua Boger Innovative School of the Year Award
The Joshua Boger Innovative School of the Year Award recognizes a New England high school that distinguishes itself through exemplary school-wide educational programming in the life sciences. The award was named in honor of Joshua Boger, Ph.D. to recognize his sustained commitment to excellence in science education. The Boger Family Foundation awards the school with $5,000 to be used for equipment and supplies to support the life sciences.
To learn more about the Joshua Boger Innovative School of the Year, contact BioTeach@massbioed.org.
Henri. A. Termeer Champions for Biotechnology Teacher Award
The Henri. A. Termeer Champions for Biotechnology Teacher Award celebrates New England teachers who expand inquiry-based biotechnology and life science curricula in their high-school classroom. MassBioEd, in partnership with the Henri A. Termeer Foundation, awards one teacher each year with $2,500 to be used for supplies or professional development.
To learn more about the Henri. A. Termeer Champions for Biotechnology Teacher Award, contact BioTeach@massbioed.org.
Henri A. Termeer Student Scholarship
In celebration of Henri A. Termeer’s commitment to scientific discovery and mentorship of aspiring and accomplished scientists, each year the Henri A. Termeer Student Scholarship program recognizes one outstanding student who plans to enroll in an eligible 4-year life sciences undergraduate program. The winning student receives a $2,500 scholarship.