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IIC Keck Award

From: Jonathan Ashley-Smith <jonathan>
Date: Monday, April 5, 2004
Final Call for Nominations
IIC Keck Award 2004

Every two years an award is offered to the individual or group who,
in the opinion of IIC Council, has done most to further the public
appreciation of the work of the conservation profession. The award
consists of a certificate and a cash prize of one thousand pounds,
presented at the biennial IIC Congress. Details of previous
award-winners can be found at <URL:>.

We are extending our search for nominations for the 2004 award. If
you would like to propose yourself or a colleague please send your
nomination to the IIC office (preferably by email) to arrive by
April 23, 2004.

You should send a statement of between 500 and 1000 words describing
the nominee's public outreach activities and outlining what
supporting material, such as publications, web sites, videos, or
evidence of media coverage is available. You may be asked to supply
these at a later date. The application should include the name, job
title and professional address of the individual (or of all the
partners in a group project).

Send your proposal to iicon [at] compuserve__com with the words Keck Award
in the subject line, or by post to IIC, 6 Buckingham Street, London

Senior Research Fellow in Conservation Studies
Research Department
Victoria and Albert Museum
Visiting Professor
Conservation Department
Royal College of Art
27 Richmond Road
Cambridge CB4 3PP
+44 1223 365211 (phone/fax)

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Received on Monday, 5 April, 2004

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