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UW alum Curwood receives Australian Teacher Educator of the Year Award

November 25, 2016
UW-Madison School of Education alumna Jen Scott Curwood earlier this year received the Australian Teacher Educator of the Year Award.

Jen Scott Curwood
Jen Scott Curwood
The honor came from Teachers Mutual Bank (TMB), in partnership with the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA). She was recognized at the 2016 ATEA National Conference held in Ballarat this past summer.

Curwood earned a Ph.D. from the School of Education's Department of Curriculum ‚Äč& Instruction in 2011.

Curwood is currently a senior lecturer at the University of Sydney. The award recognizes her leadership work with teachers. Curwood has integrated programs into the university’s teaching courses that develop leadership skills and build an understanding of the profession’s contributions to the community.

To learn more about Curwood and her work, check out this University of Sydney news release.
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