NSU Davinci Fellows

2021 NSU DAVINCI FELLOWS

The DaVinci Institute is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes, more specifically to serve as an Oklahoma think tank whose mission is to promote a statewide creative renaissance through lectures, workshops, professional development, research and advocacy. The DaVinci Institute funds creative projects among Oklahoma’s higher education faculty. A $1,000 grant is awarded to each DaVinci fellow to assist in completing their DaVinci proposal. (Learn more about the DaVinci Institute)

We are pleased to share our 2021 NSU Campus DaVinci Fellows:

DaVinci Institute Fellows

DaVinci Institute Creativity in Education Fellow

DaVinci Scholars

  • Anne Heine
  • Amber Quammen

Past Recipients of the DaVinci Fellow Award

2020

Learn more about our 2020 DaVinci Fellows, their proposals and how their grants will be used by clicking on the link below.

View the 2020 Davinci Fellow Brochure (PDF)

2019

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE 2019 DAVINCI FELLOW BROCHURE (PDF) 

2018

  • Dr. Tobi Thompson, DaVinci Fellow
  • Dr. Ratnakar Deole, DaVinci Fellow
  • Jeannie Morrow, DaVinci Scholar

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE 2018 DAVINCI FELLOW BROCHURE (PDF) 

2017

2016

Past Recipients of the DaVinci Fellow Award

 

2015

2014

  • Mary Swanson, DaVinci Fellow
  • Amanda Jesperson, DaVinci Scholar

2013

  • Rebecca Maness, DaVinci Scholar

2012

  • Taylor Sawyer, DaVinci Scholar

2011

  • Avery Chambers, DaVinci Scholar

2010

  • Linda Wilson, DaVinci Fellow

2009

  • Amy Aldridge-Sanford, DaVinci Fellow

2007

2006

  • Kippi Wyatt, DaVinci Fellow