Reporter 454, 19 June 2000
The University’s nominee for one of the national prizes in the Institute for Learning and Teaching fellowships scheme is Michael Manogue, who has lectured in restorative dentistry since 1993.
Under the scheme, £1m has been set aside to provide £50,000 fellowships for one lecturer at each of 20 higher education institutions, 96 of which have nominated a candidate. Winners of the awards, to be presented on July 12, will be free to spend them on teaching and learning improvements in their own area. The Dental Institute scored 23 points out of a maximum 24 in the last teaching quality assessment.
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