Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Professor Niall Hayes explores how technology could be used to combat loneliness
It’s a paradox of modern times. the easier communication has become, the more quickly isolation and loneliness has spread, particularly among older adults. Is there a high-tech way to create new joined-up communities? Maybe, says niall hayes, but only by getting the low-tech right ﬁrst.
Dr James Cronin discovers that tripe is back
tripe is back and, in some circles at least, considered very cool. though it’s not really tripe anymore – it’s a “variety meat”. this curious repackaging doesn’t appear to just be a fad, argues James Cronin, but a signal of a wider trend that provides important insights into where consumer culture is heading.
LUMS launches new Innovation Development Programme
LUMS launches new 6 month management programme to help directors and managers of 60 Cumbrian SMEs to explore new markets and identify opportunities for product and service development.
Lancaster University 'top 5' for student satisfaction
91 per cent of Lancaster University students are satisfied with their course - seven per cent higher than the national average of 84 per cent.
IJOPM award for Professors Linda Hendry and Mark Stevenson
Two LUMS professors have received a prestigious award for their paper on uncertainty and ethical issues in supply chains.
Chinese and British Scholars visit LUMS for the China Research Frontiers Conference
The Lancaster China Management Centre welcomed 30 scholars from China and the UK to a two-day conference which explored some key questions on China Management, broadly around the internet and innovation.
Manufacturing and engineering businesses sought for productivity initiative
An opportunity to join a regional business support programme championed by some of the UK’s leading manufacturers is now available.
Working together to solve the challenges of sustainable water use in Africa
LUMS is helping to lead a ground-breaking project to work in partnership with African researchers to address the urgent need for safe and effective water use in Africa.
Team win EURO Award
Two LUMS academics have been awarded the Best EJOR Paper (Innovative Applications of OR) award at a recent conference.