Inspiration rewarded

June 27, 2003

Inspirational and outstanding economics lecturers are potential candidates for three prizes offered by the Learning and Teaching Support Network economics subject centre.

Winners will receive £250 in book tokens and will be guests of honour at the 2003 "Developments in Economics and Business Education" conference at Heriot-Watt University in September. The deadline for nominations is June .

John Sloman, centre director, said: "These awards are an opportunity for academic economists and support staff to receive national recognition for the high quality of their learning and teaching practices."

Details: www.economics.ltsn.ac.uk/awards/

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