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The past few weeks have been quite eventful among our partner schools. Here’s a short summary of what’s been going on.
On Friday, May 17, the Brock University has reaffirmed its commitment to foster a culture of inclusivity, accessibility, reconciliation and decolonization through its endorsement of a new nationwide charter. This is part of the new Dimensions: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion project, which was recently by Canada’s Minister of Science and Sport. By identifying and mitigating systemic, institutional or unconscious biases against full participation in academic inquiry, the program is supposed to ensure the largest and most diverse pool of talent and ideas possible.
Over at NEOMA the Rouen branch of Enactus celebrates its 11th anniversary. Enactus is a programme in France that engages France is 1,661 students in 62 partner universities and “grandes écoles”. It consists of 272 projects helping 7,418 beneficiaries. The projects vision is to engage the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders to create a better, more sustainable world. The student’s goal is to set up social entrepreneurial projects helped by the commitment of professionals in companies and members of the faculty.
In Germany the business magazine Wirtschaftswoche has published its latest university ranking. The ESB Business School holds its first place in business administration among the German universities of applied sciences. Business engineering in ESB takes fifth place. Business informatics in the School of Informatics also performs outstandingly well again with second place.
The Dublin City University has launched the fourth iteration of it’s Go Global 4 Growth Programme delivered by the Irish Business School in association with Enterprise Ireland. Go Global is a unique programme aimed at ambitious SMEs who are hungry to grow, professionalise and increase their global reach.
Several professors from UDLAP participated in the 2018 International Congress of Financial Risk in Medellín, Colombia. There they presented research results, and new developments in the field of financial risk. Overall the congress is a platform for researchers, academics, professionals, and businesspeople to exchange ideas.
The Lancaster University Management School celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology (OWT). The Department has been hosting various celebratory seminars, workshops and lectures to reflect on the past 50 years of achievements and to look forward to the Department’s future developments.
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