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Issue 466, 8 May 2001

Jolly good fellow

A lecturer in Biomedical Sciences from the University has been shortlisted for the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme awards. Every higher education institution in England and Northern Ireland nominated a candidate, and Professor Ian Hughes is one of the final 43 shortlisted.

Professor of Physiology, Clive Orchard regards Ian as ‘probably the world leader in the application of innovative teaching methods and computer-based learning in pharmacology."

The aim of the scheme, managed by the Institute for Learning and Teaching (ILT), is to recognise and reward the invaluable work of teachers in universities and colleges. The winners will be announced on June 6, and each will receive awards of £50,000 to benefit their work in teaching and learning.

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