Dr. Harold Lyon is being recognized for his decades-long career in the field of education, specifically his work in governance and policy-setting in the field of gifted children.
Rhoda Erhardt of Maplewood, Minn., is the 2014 recipient of the Intellectual Benefits Award for her work developing a program to better identify disability in early childhood.
The Mensa Education & Research Foundation is proud to announce Matthew Guggemos, of San Francisco, Calif., as the 2013 winner of the Intellectual Benefit to Society Award.
Elizabeth Claire of Virginia Beach, Va., is the 2012 recipient of the Intellectual Benefits Award, an annual tribute to one member of American Mensa whose intellectual abilities resulted in a substantial benefit to society.
Dr. Raymond G. Taylor of Pemaquid, Maine, received the Intellectual Benefit to Society Award in recognition of his creation of the first integrated planning system for schools and communities.
The Intellectual Benefits Award for 2007 was presented to Minneapolis resident Dr. Deborah Ruf based on her extensive work with gifted children and adults.