American Association of University Women - AAUW
Whidbey Island

Scholar Recognition - STEM

The AAUW - Whidbey Island Branch initiated the Scholars Recognition Project in 2001. We honor high school junior women who have exhibited excellence in the fields of mathematics, science or technology. One student is selected in each of these disciplines by teachers at each of the three island high schools. This recognition is to celebrate our scholars and encourage young women to pursue education and careers in these fields. This recognition supports the nationwide program known as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in which young people are encourage to apply themselves in these fields.

At the April Scholars Recognition Reception each scholar receives an AAUW - Washington Certificate of Excellence and a small stipend. The Whidbey Island Scholars recognition poster, which contains photos of these scholars, is displayed at the reception and again at AAUW's state convention

Honored Scholars
Mathematics - Science - Technology

April 2015

Coupeville High School
Mathematics: Destiny Cleary
Science: Makana Stone
Technology: McKenzie Bailey

Oak Harbor High School
Mathematics: Helena Webster
Science: Patricia Sablan
Technology: Katherine Matazzoni

South Whidbey High School
Mathematics: Mallorie Mitchem
Science: Amara Garibyan
Technology: Lucy Clements

Upon being advised of receiving a STEM Award: Those juniors who have been named and recognized for excellent scholarship in science, technology or mathematics are to complete the AAUW Scholar Information and Consent Form below. Please select the format that best works for you (pdf, pages or word) fill it out neatly, print it, sign it, have it signed by your parent or guardian and submit to your high school counselor.

PDF version of Form.
Pages version of Form.
WORD version of Form.