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Oct 26, 2012 |

Molly Sultany

MOLLY SULTANY has her B.A. summa cum laude, phi beta kappa, in biology, (Willamette University), M.A. in teaching (Lewis & Clark College). Molly embraces experiential learning, differentiation, and scientific literacy in her classroom. As the faculty mentor for Northwest Academy’s science research program, Molly and her students were invited to share their stream water research with Dr. Jane Goodall at the Oregon Youth Environmental Science Summit. She has been awarded grants from Beaverton Education Foundation, Diack, Northwest Aquatic & Marine Equators, and American Chemical Society. She enjoys hiking and nature photography. Molly has been with Northwest Academy since 2012.
msultany@nwacademy.org


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