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Indian Commonwealth Findel-CASTME Awardee from India invited to Dennis Chisman Memorial Lecture in the UK
The Findel-CASTME awardee from India Dr Lalit Kishore has been invited to The Dennis Chisman Memorial Lecture 2019 on "The Engineering Education Conundrum – Defining a Path for the Future" by the Commonwealth Association of Science, Mathematics and Technology Educators (CASTME) that recognises the outstanding innovative work of teachers in the area of STEM education.

The memorial lecture will be delivered by Professor Robin Clark of University of Warwick on 30th April 2019 at the Boardroom of International Students House, Great Portland Street in London. The invitee had won the award for the year 2018 for his outstanding work on language of mathematics. He also has the rare distinction of having won the Commonwealth Award for 14 times. "Your contribution to the discussion will be very much valued," states the invite.

The lecture of Prof Clark will reflecting on the current state of Engineering Education in schools and colleges, both nationally and globally, this talk will explore some of the major achievements of recent years and ask the question 'What next for Engineering Education?'

The invite from Dennis Chisman of CASTME informs that the prestigious memorial lecture regularly commemorates the late Dennis Chisman, who died in 2008 who had been an inspirational founding member of both CASTME and ICASE (International Association of Associations for Science Education) and also its President.

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