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Connson Locke – circles of influence

Connson Locke, Department of Management Dr. Connson Locke has been with the LSE since about 2008. Unusually (perhaps) for an LSE academic, this is her third career, having started off in the non-profit sector and then being in charge of training consultants across the Asian pacific region. The common thread in all these career tracks [...]

By | January 26th, 2017|Comments Off on Connson Locke – circles of influence

Nancy Holman: humour has more to do with my teaching than anything else

Nancy Holman, Geography & Environment (Photo: aperiofilms for LTI) “What are you worried about in today's interview?” “That I might swear.” “Who the f*** cares!” Big grin on Nancy's face. Interviewing Dr. Nancy Holman is a delight from start to finish. She is quietly wicked: “It is my avowed aim to make you explode with [...]

By | October 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Nancy Holman: humour has more to do with my teaching than anything else

Meena Kotecha: don’t forget your smiles!

Meena Kotecha, LSE (Photo: aperiofilms for LTI) Meena Mehta Kotecha radiates positivity. Meena has been teaching mathematics MA 107, statistics MA 107/ST 102 and mathematical programming MG211.2 at LSE since October 2006 and currently teaches in the department of Statistics. “View your failures positively”, she identifies as one of her main character traits. [...]

By | January 9th, 2016|Comments Off on Meena Kotecha: don’t forget your smiles!

LSE Innovators

LSE Innovators - celebrating teachers who lead and live innovative teaching. Creative and engaging teaching practice is found at the LSE across all disciplines. LSE Innovators, a series of case studies, celebrates the people who are leading and living innovative teaching. LSE Innovators integrate change to enhance the student experience, renew their own teaching practice and transform the way their discipline is shaped and taught, [...]

By | September 30th, 2015|0 Comments