Best Press:
The Best Press Award recognizes outstanding journalistic reporting in 2010 on higher education topics. Nominees may be higher education news stories from any form of media, and any media outlet, provided the intended audience of the reporting extends beyond the confines of narrow academic or policy specializations. The Award will be granted to the individual(s) instrumental to the creation of the news story.

Best Policy:
The Best Policy Award recognizes the most significant higher education policies of 2010. Nominees may include innovative and/or far-reaching policies established on institutional, local, national or international levels. The Award will be granted to the individual(s), group(s), organization(s) or institution(s), etc. instrumental to the formulation of the selected policy.

Best Practice:
The Best Practice Award recognizes the most significant higher education practices of 2010. Nominees may include, for example: innovative curricula, research projects, student services, etc. The Award will be granted to the individual(s), group(s), organization(s) or institution(s), etc. instrumental to the achievement of these practices.
Please submit your nomination by: 20 NOVEMBER 2010

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