SDHS Teacher Receives TEEAM Award

SDHS Teacher Receives TEEAM Award
Posted on 03/10/2017
Last month, Stephen Decatur High School teacher Larry Ryan received the Advocacy Award at the annual Technology and Engineering Education Association of Maryland (TEEAM) banquet in Baltimore. Mr. Ryan has been a Technology and Engineering teacher for 35 years and has been actively involved in the profession at both the state and national levels.

The Advocacy Award is given to a true advocate for Technology and Engineering education who is a supportive voice for the profession to a wide range of community and professional groups. Additionally, they are actively involved in Technology and Engineering Education programs at the local and state level, helping promote technological literacy for students and professional staff.

Pictured from left to right: Larry Ryan, Ray Gerstner [President of TEEAM], and Dr. Thomas Loveland [Director of Career and Technology Graduate Education at UMES]).