Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
New MBA class faces its first challenge
The new Full-time and Executive MBA classes faced their first challenge mid-way through their induction week. Following two days of introductions to Lancaster, leadership, learning and reflection, the class moved from the comfort of the lecture theatre to an outdoor activity centre in the beautiful Lake District.
LUMS professor voted top HR thinker
Professor Cary Cooper has been voted HR Magazine’s Most Influential UK Thinker 2014.
LUMS launches new Country Scholarships
LUMS has launched twelve new Country Scholarships, worth up to £6,000 each, designed to support students applying from Mexico, Indonesia, Poland and Greece.
Student reaps the benefits of internship at The Config Team
LUMS student Marie Seseke is featured on the Config Team website, in a story describing her summer internship with the company.View on the Config Team website
New support in maths and statistics for undergraduate students
The LUMS Effective Learning Team has been awarded funding by the SIGMA Network for Excellence in Mathematics and Statistics Support to set up a Maths and Stats Help (MASH) Centre in Lancaster University management School.
LUMS Advisory Board member takes new position with Renishaw
Kath Durrant, who sits on Lancaster University Management School’s Advisory Board, will be taking up a new position as a non-executive director for the engineering firm Renishaw.
IMPM partner NGO wins international award
One of the IMPM’s partners, the Galpão Aplauso, an NGO and social enterprise based in Rio de Janeiro, has received a Development Impact Honors Award from the US Treasury Department.
Professor Balasubramanyam Prize awarded to recent BSc Economics graduate
Joe Regan-Stansfield has received the Professor Balasubramanyam Prize for achievements in his studies of Development Economics at Lancaster University.
Business leaders to benefit from cutting-edge research on LEAD 2 Innovate
One of the UK’s most successful business management development programmes has been upgraded by Lancaster University Management School.