In 2015, The POGIL Project Steering Committee and Board of Directors established the POGIL Early Achievement Award (PEACH) In order to recognize significant and enthusiastic contributions of new practitioners to The POGIL Project. The award is given annually to one post-secondary level and one high school level winner and is presented at the POGIL National Meeting (PNM). Recipients are invited to attend the PNM and are asked to give a short talk on their work. The award, which comes with a $500 prize to be used for professional development, supports and encourages capacity building for POGIL Project leadership.
Click here for a list of the past POGIL PEACH Award winners.
The POGIL Project is now accepting nominations for the 2018 PEACH Award. Click here for more information.