2013 Discovery Awards Grand Prize Presentation

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The dynamic duo of project-based learning? Prince George, VA, October 10, 2013

Lightning strikes twice at Prince George High! In 2012, Stephanie Bishop (pictured here with Waugaman) and her students were honored with the first place Discovery Award for their performance project “Walk With Me: Civil Rights.” What’s more, Bishop (now assistant principal at J.E. J. Moore Middle School in Disputanta, Vir.) and Waugaman are husband and wife. As Lowell Milken Center Executive Director Norman Conard said, “I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say that Prince George County has one of the nation’s most outstanding couples in teaching!”

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$10,000 Grand Prize winner “We Are Newspapermen: The Man Who Refused to Run”
Chris Waugaman discusses his Lowell Milken Center inspiration
Renee Williams addresses the audience at the 2013 Discovery Awards Presentation
Renee Williams shares her own civil rights story
Dr. Jane Foley presents the Award trophy
A $10,000 prize for an already-rewarding effort
The dynamic duo of project-based learning?