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Lancaster MBA graduate working to free the world of chemical weapons
Christoph Israng, who graduated from LUMS in 1995, discusses his work as a diplomat at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
Former Government communications chief gives talk at Lancaster University
Former Government communications chief Alastair Campbell talked about mental health and themes from his new book on ‘Winners’ during a visit to Lancaster University.
LUMS team reaches finals of Universities Business Challenge
A team of LUMS undergraduates has qualified for the national finals of the Universities Business Challenge Worldwide. The team, captained by Rory Peyton Jones, came second at the regional semi-finals.
London’s congestion charge has made roads safer for all
New research by LUMS economist Professor Colin Green reveals that the introduction of London’s congestion charge led to a substantial reduction in the number of accidents.
Generous scholarship programme for MSc Management
New MSc Management scholarships for UK/EU applicants mean that exceptional candidates could be exempt from programme fees.
Congestion charge has led to dramatic fall in accidents in London
The Guardian features research by LUMS economist Colin Green that shows a 40 per cent drop in traffic accidents since 2003.View article on The Guardian website
The LUMS graduate with a mission to keep the banks on track
LUMS graduate Mark Branson is head of the Swiss financial regulatory body FINMA. In this feature he reflects on banking regulation, and on his time at Lancaster.
DevoManc: can it make the NHS a success?
The United Kingdom's second city will finally take control of its own health, but it's a risky venture, says Professor Mike West.
What’s gone wrong at HSBC?
Kim Kaivanto, writing in The Conversation, asks why HSBC so often finds itself mired in controversy.