by Eric Breier
Laurie Stowell, a professor in the School of Education, was recently honored by Ohio State’s College of Education and Human Ecology with a career achievement award, given annually to OSU alumni who have proven records of career accomplishments and have made outstanding contributions to their professions. Stowell received her master’s and doctorate from OSU.
Stowell also heads the San Marcos Writing Project, which aims to boost the skills of K-12 writing teachers through professional development workshops, seminars and other resources.
Catherine Loveland and Laurie Stowell sits together at award ceremony.
“Catherine Loveland was the librarian in the middle school where I taught in Dublin Ohio. She was a mentor and friend and she nominated me for the award. Janet McDaniel and Janet Powell also wrote letters of support,” Stowell said.
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