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April 1st, 2010

Teacher is a star in the classroom

Abstract:
Tamica Stubbs is an advocate of better living through science.

The Waddell High School biology teacher has earned national accolades for her commitment, including the Shell Science Teaching Award for her impact on students and the community. She was honored at the National Science Teachers Association's annual conference in her hometown of Philadelphia.

Stubbs, who has been at Waddell for eight years, is active in building the ranks of minorities in STEM - science, technology engineering and math. She has earned millions of dollars in grants and scholarships to launch a research program and laboratory to teach nanoscience and biotechnology courses that are typically taught at colleges.

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