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Chemistry Teacher Wins $1,000 Award
  
Mrs. Elaine M. Kilbourne, a chemistry teacher at Anacostia High School in the District, has been named to receive the American Chemical Society's James Bryant Conant Award for outstanding high school chemistry teaching.

Teacher Honored
  
Elaine M. Kilbourne, a chemistry teacher at Anacostia High School, is one of six national winners of the American Chemical Society's James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry teaching.
  
The Award, name for a former chemistry professor and president of Harvard, is designed to "recognize, encourage, and stimulate outstanding teachers of high school chemistry in the United States." It carries a stipend of $1000.
  
Mrs. Kilbourne has taught at Anacostia since 1948.

Teacher Honored
  
Elaine M. Kilbourne, a chemistry teacher at Anacostia High School, was named last night as one of the six national winners of the American Chemical Society's James Bryant Conant Award in High School Chemistry Teaching.
  
Established last year and named for a former chemistry professor and president of Harvard, the award is designed to "recognize, encourage and stimulate outstanding teachers of high school chemistry in the United States."
  
It carries a stipend of $1000.
  
Mrs. Kilbourne has taught at Anacostia since 1948. She is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Washington Philosophical Society.

The Pow-Wow
Vol. 30, No. 1
Anacostia Senior High School, Washington, D. C.  
September 30, 1966

Kilbourne Named Outstanding Teacher; Wins Expenses-Paid Trip to Miami

by Nina Limperos

Chosen as one of the six outstanding science teachers in the nation, Mrs. Elaine Kilbourne received the James Bryant Conant Award for teaching High School Chemistry. The award was sponsored by E.I. du Pont De Nemours and Company Inc. and was given by the American Chemical Society.

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The main purpose of this award is the recognize, encourage, and stimulate outstanding teachers of high school chemistry in the U.S. and its territories and possessions.

Mrs. Kilbourne was the winner from District 2, which consisted of participants from Delaware, D.C, Maryland, Ohio, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Besides the honor of being chose as one of six winners, Mrs. Kilbourne will receive a certificate and a cash prize of $1,000. The money is to be presented at a meeting in Miami, Florida, to which all traveling expenses will be paid.

In the past, Mrs. Kilbourne has been presented with a number of other recognitions. Among these was a plaque presented in 1955 by the Washington Division of The American Chemical Society. In 1959 she was presented with the Van Nostrand's Scientific Encyclopedia. In 1964 she received an outstanding science teacher citation from the National Capital Area Joint Board of Science Education of the Washington Academy of Science. 
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