Peg White Award

…….for commitment to Education and intercultural understanding

This award honours the late Doctor Margaret (Peg) White OAM – founding member, past president and life member of the Asia Education Teachers’ Association (AETA).

Peg’s scholarship made an outstanding, sustained and visionary contribution to education, the promotion of Asian studies and intercultural understanding in Australian schools for over forty years. Peg’s dedication and commitment to an intercultural education is seen through the lives of her husband Cec, children Lynette, Robert and Fiona, and their families, along with the many members of AETA and others who continue to read Peg’s books; use Peg’s teaching and learning materials, teach courses Peg championed, remember Peg’s lectures and strive, as Peg did, for the common aim of a peaceful and respectful world.

The Peg White Award celebrates and continues Peg’s legacy.

Each recipient of the Award will have demonstrated a commitment to education (about studies of Asia) and to intercultural understanding through either their professional practice, their direct instruction of students, or through the use in education of resources they have produced for the purpose.

The number or awards conferred each year is not limited and reflects the number of worthy nominees. The AETA Executives’ decisions, in consultation with the White family, regarding the selection of recipients are absolute

The AETA executive warmly welcomes nominations for the award from AETA members and the wider community.

Nominators are asked to complete the form below, attach any other supporting documentation, and email secretary@aeta.org.au, or post to:

AETA
GPO Box 2393
SYDNEY NSW 2001. 

There are no due dates. Nomination forms can be completed at any time of the year.