In our bi-weekly news spotlight, we gather the most interesting things from our partners and present them to you in one place.
It’s been a busy time at the Brock University. On Thursday June 6 grade 4 students from the Glynn A. Green Public School in Fonthill learned the basics of business in Brock’s Jubilee Court. With enthusiastic sales pitches and colorful booths, they competed to see who could set up the most profitable lemonade stand. From June 10th to June 14th more than 3,500 Brock University students will cross the Convocation stage to close the book on the latest chapter of their education journey. The University also attracted more than 19,000 full- and part-time students this September. This is an increase of 20 Percent compared to last year and a record for them.
Over at NEOMA Manuel Morales, a researcher for the Chair in Industrial Bioeconomy at NEOMA BS, gave a presentation on the subject “territorial systems dynamics, a methodology for finalizing and organizing complex analyses: the case study of the Pomacle-Bazancourt biorefinery” at the IRSTEA research centre in Rennes, France.
This year, the DCU Business School has three of its programmes shortlisted for the Gradireland Postgraduate Awards 2019. This is the first year that DCU Business School has been recognised in three different categories. Each of entries were adjudicated, and then shortlisted, by a panel of experts from the industry relevant to each category.
The programmes are, their MSc in Management (Business), their MSc in Electronic Commerce (Business) and last but not least, their MSc in Management (Digital Marketing). These awards are an important event for graduate recruiters and postgraduate course providers in Ireland and attracted over 530 guests last year.
In the UK a professor from the Lancaster University, Professor Jeffrey Unerman, will receive the Mary Parker Follett Award for the most outstanding paper published in Accounting, Auditing, and Accountability Journal in 2018. The journal is one of the most highly-rated in the accounting world.
The Poole College of Management recently hosted the 2019 North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants Leadership Conference. Here the attending students were given the chance to network hear about the accounting profession.
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