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Environmental Education and Knowledge Exchange

Many of the Centre's staff have interests in education and research as applied to their own disciplines. This is reflected in publications especially covering teaching and learning initiatives, and in a National Teaching Fellowship (Dr Nick Morton) and associated funded research, and University Teaching Fellowships awarded to various staff.

A number of conference sessions are being organised that relate explicitly to learning and teaching, including one organised by Nick Morton (on behalf of CHOBE, the Council of Heads of Built Environment schools) as part of the Association of Schools of Construction conference held at Birmingham in 2012, and a session on 'teaching urban form' organised by Peter Larkham for the International Seminar on Urban Form conference in Delft (October 2012).