Lesley Giles and Peter Honey speak at Work-based learning event
Visitors from all over the UK came to LUMS this week for the first Work-Based learning conference.
ESRC Seminar Series shortlisted for 2017 Global Equality and Diversity Award
Research by a team including a LUMS academic on Challenging Gendered Media Mis(s)representations of Women Professionals and Leaders has been nominated for a prestigious award.
Women have less time for hobbies because they spend more time on chores than men
Professor Margaret Hogg comments on a study which finds that women have less time for hobbies than men because of household commitments.View the article on the Telegraph website
LUMS team wins IJF Best Paper Award
Nikos Kourentzes, Fotios Petropoulos and Juan R. Trapero have won this year’s International Journal of Forecasting best paper award.
Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture 2017: Antony Burgmans
‘We live in mad times’ was a statement both challenged and reinforced by Antony Burgmans at this year’s Professor Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture, ‘Leadership in Turbulent Times’.
Women lawyers “more risk averse” about applying for QC
Research by the Work Foundation, on why female lawyers are less likely to apply to be QC, is discussed in Legal Futures.View the article on Legal Futures