Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
New webinar series on sustainable cities unveiled
The Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business will be hosting two webinars on urban resilience this summer, the first exploring how cities can help us achieve a +1.5C world.
Women’s job satisfaction drops to same level as men
Research by LUMS academics reveals that modern women expect more from their workplaces than those in the early 90s.View the article on The Scotsman website
Future-planning expert speaks at SME Masterclass
"Futurist" Mike Ryan shared his ideas on how SMEs can think and plan for the future at an event this week.
Dr Rodney Irwin appointed as Honorary Teaching Fellow
A senior figure from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has been appointed as an Honorary Teaching Fellow at Lancaster University.
Record success for LUMS in China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge
Four teams from Lancaster have succeeded in progressing to the semi-final of the China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge, marking a new record.
Joint reports suggest peer support could boost disabled people’s employment prospects
Peer to peer support or mentoring should have a stronger role in government work programmes, according to two studies by Disability Rights UK (DRUK) and The Work Foundation.View the article on the main Lancaster University website
Professor Igor Goncharov recognised with Best Paper Prize
A LUMS academic has received the German Academic Association for Business Research's Best Paper Award 2016.
App created by Lancaster start-up company wins a Google Play Award
An App developed by a LUMS alumnus has won the ‘Early Adopter’ category at the first Google Play Awards.
Lancaster climbs to 8th in the Guardian University Guide
Lancaster University has risen two places to be ranked 8th in the Guardian University Guide 2017, published today.