DAWESVILLE university graduate Daisy Carnegie is one of the brightest teachers of tomorrow.
She was among 18 students from Curtin University’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses to be acknowledged across 24 award categories at Curtin’s School of Education annual awards ceremony.
The awards recognise academic achievement and commitment to the field.
Ms Carnegie won the Teachers Mutual Bank Excellence in Research Award, which is awarded to the graduate with a high result in their undergraduate core research unit.
Professor Rhonda Oliver, head of the School of Education, said the awards ceremony rewarded the hard work and exceptional achievements of recent dedicated graduates.
“Curtin’s School of Education prides itself on its incredibly high standards and these award-winning graduates have met our every expectation in terms of educational excellence,” she said.
“We are confident these graduates will make a positive difference in the education system through the impact they will have on the lives of many school students.”