#loveHE

May 20, 2010

As part of our #loveHE campaign, Times Higher Education has asked followers on Twitter to tell us why they love the academy

This week's tweet of the week is:

You know you #loveHE too much when govt coalition news is assessed primarily to see how many years the REF will be delayed by @davidgauntlett

Tell us why you love the sector on Twitter @timeshighered, using the hashtag #loveHE. Our favourite each week will win a £10 book token.

You can also follow the campaign on Facebook: www.facebook.com/loveHEcampaign.

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