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Dr. Kathleen Morin Receives Columbia Teachers College Award

Arthur E. Levine, President of the Columbia University Teachers College, presented Dr. Kathleen Dunlevy Morin with the College's 2005 Distinguished Alumni Award at a gala awards dinner at Columbia University on November 15, 2005.
Arthur E. Levine, President of the Columbia University Teachers College, presented Dr. Kathleen Dunlevy Morin with the College's 2005 Distinguished Alumni Award at a gala awards dinner at Columbia University on November 15, 2005.

Citing her development of "insightful, creative, effective curricula," Levine noted Morin's accomplishments in a number of areas related to program and curriculum development, and cited in particular her work on the innovative character education program, A STUDY OF HEROES.

He said, "Your curriculum, A STUDY OF HEROES, is just one impressive example of your mastery of curriculum design and development. Developed as a living legacy to a hero of World War II, Raoul Wallenberg, it is grounded in the belief that a nation's heroes reflect the values of its people-'and cites heroes of all ages and historical periods, ethnicities and areas of accomplishment to help students distinguish between heroism and celebrity-'"

This article appeared on PR Web, Press Release Newswire, on December 22nd, 2005.

Published Friday, Jan. 6, 2006

Dr. Kathleen Morin Receives Columbia Teachers College Award

Arthur E. Levine, President of the Columbia University Teachers College, presented Dr. Kathleen Dunlevy Morin with the College's 2005 Distinguished Alumni Award at a gala awards dinner at Columbia University on November 15, 2005.

Citing her development of "insightful, creative, effective curricula," Levine noted Morin's accomplishments in a number of areas related to program and curriculum development, and cited in particular her work on the innovative character education program, A STUDY OF HEROES.

He said, "Your curriculum, A STUDY OF HEROES, is just one impressive example of your mastery of curriculum design and development. Developed as a living legacy to a hero of World War II, Raoul Wallenberg, it is grounded in the belief that a nation's heroes reflect the values of its people-'and cites heroes of all ages and historical periods, ethnicities and areas of accomplishment to help students distinguish between heroism and celebrity-'"

This article appeared on PR Web, Press Release Newswire, on December 22nd, 2005.

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