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- 1. One Special, Special Education Teacher Receives Mensa Foundation Award
Arthella Starke of Sherwood, Oregon was selected as the Mensa Education and Research Foundation’s 2012 Distinguished Teacher Award recipient. Starke, a Special Education teacher at Sherwood High School was nominated by the parent of a student.
- 2. Psychology Pioneer Honored with Mensa Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award
The Mensa Education & Research Foundation has announced Dr. Franz Mönks of Munster, Germany, as the recipient of the Mensa Lifetime Achievement Award for his immeasurable influence on the education and psychology of the gifted and talented
- 3. The Mensa Foundation Honors Dr. Joyce Van Tassel-Baska
ARLINGTON, TEXAS (11/3/11) – Dr. Joyce VanTassel-Baska received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mensa Education and Research Foundation for her vast contributions to the field of intelligence in a ceremony preceding the National Association of Gifted Children Convention in New Orleans. She is the founding Director of the Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University. The Center, which has been in operation for more than 30 years, has produced research and development in the field of talent development, along with 50 doctorates in gifted education.
- 4. THE MENSA FOUNDATION AWARDS MAINE RESIDENT FOR HIS CONTRIBUTION TO U.S. SCHOOL SYSTEMS
The Mensa Education & Research Foundation is proud to announce Mensa member Dr. Raymond G. Taylor of Pemaquid, Maine is the winner of the 2011 Intellectual Benefits Award. The Intellectual Benefits award pays tribute to one member of American Mensa whose intellectual abilities resulted in a substantial benefit to society.
- 5. Scholarships
The Mensa Foundation's scholarship program bases its awards totally on essays written by the applicants. Consideration is not given to grades, academic program or financial need.
- 6. Lifetime Achievement
This award is presented every other year in recognition of a lifetime of contributions to the field of intelligence and related subjects.
- 7. Intellectual Benefits to Society
The Intellectual Benefits to Society Award recognizes individuals who have contributed, through their intellectual abilities, tangible benefit to society.
- 8. Excellence in Research
These annual awards are given internationally for outstanding research on intelligence, intellectual giftedness and related fields.
- 9. Distinguished Teacher
The Mensa Distinguished Teacher Award recognizes a teacher, professor or instructor at any educational level who has had an especially positive influence on the education or life of a Mensa member.
- 10. Copper Black
Copper Black was a Mensan who valued creativity. In her will she left a legacy funding a special annual award to recognize an outstanding creative achievement by a member of American Mensa, Ltd.