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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