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Academic Products And Industrial Desires Ships That Pass In The Night?

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2002 Annual Conference


Montreal, Canada

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June 16, 2002

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June 16, 2002

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June 19, 2002



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Academic Issues

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7.139.1 - 7.139.9



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Sarah Williamson

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Fiona Lamb

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1. Eley RM and F Lamb, 2002, Report of Consultation Exercise of Needs in Engineering Education, LTSN Engineering, Loughborough University.

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ROB ELEY received his PhD from the University of Florida in 1980. He then moved to Africa, where, following a two-year period as a university lecturer, he studied primates for ten years. In 1992 he became Education Officer for a Kenya-based international agricultural research institute. He returned to the UK in 2001 as an Academic Co- ordinator with LTSN Engineering.

SARAH WILLIAMSON has a BEng (hons) in chemical engineering and is completing her PhD at Loughborough University, in the area of food processing. Sarah has worked in the food industry in both R&D and marketing and has experience of teaching undergraduate engineering students. She has been Academic Co-ordinator with LTSN Engineering since June 2000.

FIONA LAMB has an MA (hons) in engineering science. Following a period working for a consulting engineering company in Australia, Fiona has worked for the past five years in engineering education. Her current role is Centre Manager for LTSN Engineering.

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Williamson, S., & Lamb, F. (2002, June), Academic Products And Industrial Desires Ships That Pass In The Night? Paper presented at 2002 Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada. 10.18260/1-2--10094

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