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30th April 2024

The Spring 2024 IPBS Meeting and Celebration is completed and was a great success!

There were loads of opportunities for working together, sharing ideas, and improving the Double Degree programs.

We’re so excited to continue evolving to make your IPBS experience the best one yet!

The QS by Subject ranking continues to highlight the academic prestige of Comillas

Comillas Pontifical University continues to demonstrate its excellence, solidity and research impact in the main areas of knowledge in which it works, as demonstrated by the recently published edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2024.

The ranking places Comillas’ faculties of Theology and Law among the best in Spain, also highlighting other areas of knowledge such as Economics, Engineering, Social Sciences or Business Management.  Full story:

“Live for a Living: How to Craft Your Career Journey for Lasting Fulfillment.”

Introducing the latest release from #damoremckim‘s Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy, Paula Caligiuri, PhD: “Live for a Living: How to Craft Your Career Journey for Lasting Fulfillment.” The book provides insight into building thriving careers and personal lives that work in harmony and intersect seamlessly.  Check it out:

FGV won six of the ten best positions in the country in the General Index of Courses 2022 (IGC),

Released by INEP/MEC. All of the Foundation’s Schools evaluated in this edition received the maximum score (concept 5). For 13 years at the top of the ranking, this achievement emphasizes FGV’s commitment to the quality of education and the training of qualified professionals. Read the full article on the portal:

ESB International Staff Days – International Friendships and “Skills for Future”

“During our International Staff Days, it’s all about meeting colleagues and friends, exchanging ideas and experiences, and catching up with the latest developments at our partner institutions,” says Professor Dr. Andreas Taschner, Head of International Relations at ESB Business School. From April 15 to 18, ESB welcomed 21 colleagues from international partner universities to the ESB International Staff Days.

The four-day programme encompassed a mix of expert workshops, presentations, and focus groups, along with a company visit to the Lidl in Germany Head Office. Participants also had the opportunity to discover the city of Reutlingen, experience the ESB culture during the International Campus Day, and get a taste of the local Swabian culture and cuisine.

Welcome to the MARGISTAR General Assembly!

DCU Business School is thrilled to host this collaborative forum dedicated to addressing sustainability challenges in mountainous regions. We’re excited to facilitate innovation and dialogue among scientists, stakeholders, and policymakers. Let’s work together to revitalize marginalized mountain communities. Join us in shaping a sustainable future!

DCU Business School had the pleasure of hosting the MARGISTAR Annual Meeting.

A research partner of DCU through The Irish Institute of Digital Business (dotLAB), MARGISTAR is a forum for collaboration between scientists, stakeholders, and policymakers to reflect on the challenges for sustainability in mountainous regions while moving progressively towards real-world solutions. During this meeting, team members shared project updates and reviewed the work that was done during the previous COST Action Grant Periods, highlights of their Working Groups, and plans for the future of their self-organised work projects, the upcoming training school, and MARGISTAR‘s first policy brief.

Learn more about the Irish Institute of Digital Business:

Find out more about MARGISTAR at: Dublin City University DCU Global


How can we inspire businesses in their sustainability practices?

Dr Joanne Larty joins Paul Turner and Jan Bebbington on the Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business #TransformingTomorrow podcast to explain her work with firms in Cumbria on Project Inspire. They discuss what issues businesses face and how can they move to a new way of operating, along with the unique challenges and opportunities for companies in #Cumbria.

Elon team places 2nd at Venture Capital Investment Competition

A team of Elon University students placed second in the regional finals of a national contest designed for college students with an interest in venture capitalism.

Guided by S. Drew Peabody, PhD, an assistant professor of finance, and Alyssa Martina, executive director of the Doherty Center for Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the team competed in February in the Undergraduate East Regional Finals of the Venture Capital Investment Competition.

The Venture Capital Investment Competition challenges participants to step into the shoes of venture capitalists, evaluating real startups and making informed investment decisions. Elon’s team members all completed FIN4790 – Venture Capital Financing, a course offered by Peabody and Martina in the Fall.

Elon’s team placed ahead of teams from the University of Pittsburgh, Georgia Institute of Technology, American University and Emory University. Miami University advanced to the Global Finals coming in 2nd overall.


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