March 13, 2018

SFSU SEPAL and Biology Alumnus Professor to receive Outstanding Award !

Jeff Schinske obtained his MS in Marine Biology (2007) while here at SFSU. He too was working within the Routman Lab here at SFSU. He was selected to be the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Undergraduate Science Teaching Award from the Society for College Science Teaching. Recipients are selected based on a set criteria. That criteria is premised on teaching excellence, scholarship, and service. Also, they must have been involved with actively instructing science for the past 5 years. Teaching excellence is determined on teaching philosophy and how effective. Scholarship is more looking at publications in science education, presentations, grants received, and other forms of scholarship. Finally looking at service it is geared toward the service provided to science education, students, other instructors, and educational organizations.

            This award is very important. Since, it is the 25th year in which the award was first presented. However it is the fact that this is the first time in which this award is to be awarded to a community college science instructor. All the people who were previously awarded this prize were hailing from 4-year college and universities. He will be accepting this award at the upcoming 2018 National Science Teachers Association conference in Atlanta this coming week.

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