Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Pair honoured with staff of the year awards
Two members of staff have been honoured for the help and support they have given students over the past year.
Students rewarded for top grades
Eleven of LUMS's postgraduate students have made the inaugural Dean's List, recognising the Faculty’s best and brightest.
Backstage at COP21 – why business support for a climate deal is on the up
The business presence at COP21 may be on the sidelines but support for climate change is strong, says Gail Whiteman.
Alumni awards for prominent graduates
Two Management School graduates have received alumni awards.
New ACCA pathway speeds professional qualification for MSc Finance students
MSc Finance students at Lancaster will now be able to gain ACCA Professional-level qualifications more quickly, thanks to additional accreditation from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Prizes awarded to MBA and EMBA graduates
A number of Lancaster MBA graduates received special awards this week, in recognition of their achievements and hard work.
PwC Assaf Lennon Memorial Lecture: The effect of megatrends on the future of work
Shifts in global economic power, rapid urbanisation, climate change, resource scarcity and technological breakthroughs, will have a profound impact on your work prospects in the coming years, students at Lancaster University Management School were told last week.
Mary Robinson: climate change ‘very likely’ to increase radicalisation
The Pentland Centre's Gail Whiteman is one of a team of experts who put their questions to UN special envoy and former Irish president Mary Robinson about the 2015 Paris climate negotiations.