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The increase in first-class degrees has nothing to do with better teaching

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I particularly appreciate the mention of David Dunster here, thank you Paul. I would love to hear more stories, to add to my own still very vivid recollections of his compelling character. He was a brilliant lecturer, tutor and mentor and a huge inspiration for many generations of architects. I'm sure I'm not alone in feeling an enormous debt of gratitude for his work.

Posted date

15 January, 2019

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1:20 pm

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