Laud & Honor

NSTA names Hudson a Top Science Educator


MCLEAN, Virginia — Shannon Sullivan Hudson, a Crawfordsville Middle School science teacher, was among the recipients honored by the National Science Teaching Association.

The NSTA awards program honors K-12 teachers, principals, professors and other science education professionals for their outstanding work and achievement in science education.

Awardees were recognized during a special evening Teacher Awards event taking place during the NSTA National Conference on Science Education in Denver, Colorado, on March 22.

“I look forward to attending the NSTA Awards ceremony each year,” said NSTA President Julie A. Luft. “This is one of my favorite NSTA events. This year, we will recognize exceptional science teachers and an extraordinary student. As a faculty member who works with teachers, I find this group of awardees to be inspiring. All of our awardees are dedicated learners, leaders, and innovators. Each day they work to ensure we have a diverse, talented, and knowledgeable citizenry and workforce that successfully navigates the 21st century. With these awardees, our science future is in good hands.”