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Oklahoma education news briefs for Sunday, March 24, 2013.
Published: March 24, 2013
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EDUCATION BRIEFS

Oklahoma educators honored

Education nonprofit the DaVinci Institute announced the winners of its annual creativity awards series. They will be honored Friday at the Oklahoma History Center. Winners are: Jennifer Cowan, assistant professor of community and public health at the University of Central Oklahoma; Samuel Fuhlendorf, professor of rangeland ecology and management at Oklahoma State University; E. Ann Nalley, chemistry professor and the Clarence E. Page Endowed Chair in Math and Science Education at Cameron University; Cheryl B. Wattley, director of clinical education and the University of Oklahoma College of Law; and Catherine S. Webster, associate professor of French at the University of Central Oklahoma. Each will receive $1,000. The 2013 DaVinci Scholars are college students who plan to teach in Oklahoma. Winners are: Katie Alsup, of Oklahoma City University; John Clark, of St. Gregory's University; Carolyn Dock, of the University of Arts and Science of Oklahoma; Rebecca Maness, of Northeastern State University; and Kasi Snow, of the University of Arts and Science of Oklahoma. The 2013 Oklahoma A+ Teacher is Theresa Mosier of Briarwood Elementary in Moore.

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