Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
The Independent: 'I want your job: Head of marketing'
Stuart White, group product manager for L'Oreal Paris Haircare UK, talks to The Independent about his current role and his route to it - and how his love of marketing was kindled on the BBA Management, with its industrial placement. He graduated from the BBA in 2006.View on The Independent website
MBA graduate delivers inspirational leadership lecture
Bringing his experience of leadership in an international humanitarian aid organisation to the lecture theatre, MBA alumnus Randall Zindler illustrated key strategic management issues, and linked them back to his MBA studies at Lancaster University.
Funding score for enterprising alumnus
LUMS Executive MBA alumnus, Tom Jones, has been awarded funding from the UnLtd Fund for his enterprise Kids TRI Sports.
Lancaster University offers 'comfort blanket' for SME owner-managers
The Lancashire Forum, a new programme developed by Lancaster University Management School, has been designed to tackle the isolation felt by many owner-managers running small and medium-sized businesses and aims to help drive business growth.
Getting a degree still pays an earnings premium
Whatever subject they study, graduates continue to earn more than non-graduates, according to latest research by Professor Ian Walker of the Department of Economics.
Lancaster ranked top in the North West for student satisfaction
Students at Lancaster University are among the most satisfied in the UK according to the 2013 National Student Survey.
The Guardian: 'Pregnant presenteeism: why women won't take time off'
Dr Caroline Gatrell, writing in The Guardian, argues that mothers and mothers-to-be often refuse to take sick leave when they should, fearful of living up to unfair employer assumptions that they may lack focus and perform less well at work.View on The Guardian website
The Telegraph: 'Hundreds of lives saved by allowing pubs to open later'
The number of crashes on British roads has dropped by more than 16,000 a month since the licensing laws were relaxed in 2005, according to research by LUMS economists reported in The Telegraph.View on The Telegraph website