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Katherine Shonfield

Nominations for the RIBA's Annie Spink Award will by now be closed. This unique prize will be presented in 'recognition of an outstanding individual contribution to architectural education'. The intriguing thing is how a judging panel can arrive at such an assessment. Those 'quality-assurance panels' that plague academic departments at regular intervals are currently awash with criteria by which students can judge the effectiveness of their teachers.

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