Latest news from Lancaster University Management School

Aspiring business entrepreneurs impress at FLUX competition 13/01/16

Aspiring business entrepreneurs impress at FLUX competition

Teams of aspiring business entrepreneurs have competed in FLUX - the UK’s leading student business competition - at Lancaster University.

Do public sector workers really take more sick leave? 13/01/16

Do public sector workers really take more sick leave?

The picture is more complex than George Osborne lets on, says Stephen Bevan. 

Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business seeks Research Associate 12/01/16

Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business seeks Research Associate

The Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business at Lancaster University is seeking a 12-month Research Associate who will look at the economics of climate change. 

Chairman of Beaverbrooks to share his advice with leading businesses 08/01/16

Chairman of Beaverbrooks to share his advice with leading businesses

The Chairman of family-owned jewellers Beaverbrooks will share his secrets to a successful business during an upcoming talk.

EPSRC-funded PhD studentships in Operational Research offered 22/12/15

EPSRC-funded PhD studentships in Operational Research offered

The Department of Management Science is looking to recruit up to four researchers in the fields of Optimisation, Forecasting and Simulation.

Microsoft thought-leader shares ideas with Lancashire entrepreneurs 21/12/15

Microsoft thought-leader shares ideas with Lancashire entrepreneurs

Microsoft's Distinguished Technical Evangelist James Whittaker returned to the Management School last week to share his insights on the Internet of Things with a select audience.  

Management School redevelopment: winner announced 17/12/15

Management School redevelopment: winner announced

We are pleased to announce the firm of architects who will be designing our new building. 

Lancaster students attend Paris during climate talks 16/12/15

Lancaster students attend Paris during climate talks

Lancaster University students have visited Paris to take part in a high-level environmental business event held to coincide with global climate negotiations.