Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Sustainability: the contribution corporations can make
Gail Whiteman, from the Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business, argues that corporate sustainability needs to be increased in an interview for the European Commission on Sustainability.View full article on the European Commission on Sustainability website
The sacrifices of the Anglican priesthood
A study into the lives of Church of England clergy, revealing the personal costs of committing yourself to God, has been carried out by LUMS's Caroline Gatrell and Bishop Nigel Peyton.
New research to help the Lake District attract Chinese visitors
Two Management School students have been commissioned to help Lake District businesses by researching Chinese attitudes to overseas travel and tourism.
LUMS graduate Eric Sim gives insight into climbing the corporate ladder
UBS Hong Kong Managing Director Eric Sim shared his helpful approaches to thriving in the corporate world with fellow LUMS alumni and placement students at a recent talk at the Work Foundation in London.
Top Management and Information Technology student wins award
New graduate Nick Trevor is this year's winner of the Informed Solutions Prize for Best MIT Student.
Using marketing to help AIDS orphans
LUMS alumnus Ian Govendir talks about how the things he learned as a marketing student at Lancaster have helped him set up his own charity, AIDS Orphan.
Greece is a reminder of the fragility of money and the need to deal with debt
Joe Deville discusses the issues of debt forgiveness, money mobility and how they affect Greece.
Taster Days aim for a boom in economics interest
Around 175 prospective students experienced life as a LUMS economics undergraduate at two events held recently in Lancaster and London.