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Brock’s research ethics manager gains national recognition
Lori Walker, now manager of Research Ethics at the University, started her master’s degree at Brock University more than a decade ago. Her research and subsequent advocacy efforts led the federal government’s Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research (SRCR) to formally recognize research ethics administration as a profession and enable ethics administrators to take an active role in the research ethics review process. The Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB) awarded Walker with the President’s Award for “outstanding contribution and commitment to CAREB, contributing significantly to the development and improvement of research ethics review and management in Canada.
Reutlingen University Scores in International Comparison
On 9 June, the latest edition of the internationally recognized university ranking Multirank was published. “U-Multirank” compares around 1,800 universities worldwide. Reutlingen University achieved the top position “excellent” in eleven categories. This represents a significant improvement over the previous year (top position in seven categories). Reutlingen University was particularly successful in the field of research.
Top Marks for ESB Business School
Reutlingen University has achieved excellent results in the CHE university ranking and is once again one of the leading universities for applied sciences in Germany, particularly in the bachelors´degree courses in business studies, business engineering and business informatics. Ranking their courses highly in all areas of teaching and study were students of business studies at the ESB Business School.
Enterprise Challenge 2020 – DCU Students win funding for local enterprise
Congratulations to the DCU student team who came in 2nd place at the Enterprise Challenge 2020 – Online Pitch Competition (28/05/2020). At the competition, eight finalist teams of MSc and Final Year BSc Students from DCU and TU Dublin, representing eight different local enterprises competed by pitching on how their assigned enterprise could address challenges and realise opportunities.
Lancaster University Management School
MSc Finance ranked top-50 globally by Financial Times
Lancaster’s MSc Finance is recognised as one of the best in the world by the Financial Times (FT). The Masters in Finance Pre-experience 2020 ranking, published today, is a global ranking based on a broad range of criteria, designed to provide an insight and comparison of postgraduate Finance degrees offered by universities across the globe.
Lancaster’s MSc Finance is ranked 43rd in the World and 8th in the UK. The flagship programme, delivered by Lancaster University Management School, is much sought after, with applications received from across the world.
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