Feeling fancy. Awards abound in the SCFG family! April 17, 2012Posted by Science Club for Girls in SCFG News.
Tags: awards, Volunteers, women in stem
We are so proud to be part of a family of staff members, advisors and volunteers who exemplify volunteerism, mentoring and personal excellence, as wonderful human beings, and as women in STEM. Here’s a list of awards received recently.
2011 Catalyst Award honoree and SCFG Ambassador Dr. Tayyaba Hasan was honored by the National Postdoctoral Association with their 10th Anniversary Mentor Award.
Kristin Solomon, co-founder of the Northeastern Chapter of Science Club for Girls was distinguished as one of the 100 most influential seniors at the university.
The NU Science Club for Girls received the Organization Award for Community Service at the 2012 Student Life Awards.
And last but not least former board member Rosalyn Britt, MPH, was honored at the 2nd Annual Women of Purpose Awards sponsored by the South Middlesex County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority in winter 2011. The award is given to women in Metrowest who are transforming lives and impacting their communities.