Professor recognized by National Council on Family Relations

A UW-Stout instructor in the human development and family studies department has been recognized by a national professional organization.
December 14, 2015

Jennifer Reinke, UW-Stout assistant professor, receives the Certified Family Life Educator Special Recognition Award recently from the National Council on Family Relations.Assistant Professor Jennifer Reinke received a Certified Family Life Educator Special Recognition Award recently from the National Council on Family Relations. The award was presented at the NCFR conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Reinke has been an NCFR member since 2005 and a Certified Family Life Educator, one of about 1,500 in the U.S., since 2007.

She serves on the CFLE Academic Program Review Committee and is co-editor of Family Life Education: The Practice of Family Science, published by NCFR.

“Dr. Reinke has demonstrated a commitment to the CFLE program through promotion and advocacy on her own campus and across the discipline,” the NCFR said about Reinke in a news release.

She began teaching at UW-Stout in 2013.

Reinke has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Minnesota, a master’s in family life education from Concordia University of St. Paul and a doctorate in family social science from the U of M.

For information on UW-Stout’s human development and family studies undergraduate program, go to the program website.

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Jennifer Reinke, UW-Stout assistant professor, receives the Certified Family Life Educator Special Recognition Award recently from the National Council on Family Relations.


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