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Maryann Molishus (PA '08)

Teaching and Learning STEAM Specialist

Bucks County Intermediate Unit
Doylestown, PA

Subject(s) taught: STEAM

At the time of the Award, Maryann Molishus was:

Goodnoe Elementary School
Newtown, PA

Subject(s) taught: General Elementary
Grade(s): 2

Biographical Information

Maryann Molishus was a teacher with the Council Rock School District for 23 years. She served in the roles of 2nd and 5th grade homeroom teacher, gifted support teacher for grades 1-6, and STEAM specialist for grades 1-6. She is now a Teaching and Learning Specialist with the Bucks County Intermediate Unit.

In addition to her main role with the Bucks IU, Maryann teaches a graduate course in a STEM Endorsement program with Delaware Valley University, and she supports student programs at the Bucks IU Fab Lab. She has been awarded several grants to support her work with technology and STEAM integration, including digital photography and digital fabrication at the elementary level. For over 20 years, Maryann has been facilitating professional development and conference sessions, most often related to technology integration and STEAM.

Maryann supports her community as the president of the Council Rock Education Foundation. She has been on the board of the foundation since 2007. The foundation works with the school district to award innovative learning grants to district staff as well as community members.

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Additional Information


2000 Holy Family University, B.A.; 2004 Chestnut Hill College, M.S.; 2017 California University of Pennsylvania, M.Ed.


2009 Holy Family University Alumni Educator of the Year