The 2015 Irish Academy of Management conference takes place on the campus of NUI Galway on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th September, preceded by a doctoral/PhD colloquium on Wednesday 2nd September.
The 2015 IAM conference theme is ‘Towards Socially Responsible Management?’ which will examine key issues and debates regarding the future of management in its broadest sense using a multi-stakeholder approach. The keynote plenary sessions will focus on the future of management education and research.
Check out http://iamireland.ie/annual-conference/2015-annual-conference-nuigalway.html for more information.
As a student, I personally studied for one academic year at the Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany. It was an opportunity which was presented to me when I was an undergraduate following a 4-year Business Studies & German programme. And what an experience! Everything was new and exciting - from the huge number of university students at FU Berlin (over 60,000), to integrating and socialising with other international students and locals, to enjoying all 4 seasons (under -10 in the winter to over 30 degrees Celsius in the summer). The cultural opportunities of visiting the theatre, opera, museums, palaces, castles - all at reduced student rates - were amazing. Berlin is a fascinating city. And I got to travel by train throughout Eastern Europe with my band of international & German friends. Continue reading here [...]
Calling all potential future Maynooth University students! The university opens its doors to welcome the curious and enquiring potential future students and their families to look around the campus, to meet representatives from different departments to ask any burning or specific questions, and/or to listen to presentations on the different programmes on offer for the 2015-16 academic year.
It's a busy day, and best to come prepared in terms of an idea which areas of further study (in terms of subject) you may be interested in. In that way, you can structure your visit to ensure you visit the stands displaying collateral and information on particular subjects and programmes, and to attend the presentations on those subjects/programmes.
Representatives from academic department will be on the Continue reading here [...]
I’m not impressed easily. It is probably something to do with being born a natural cynic and advancing age ... however last Thursday evening I was pleasantly surprised, no in fact I was blown away by our Maynooth University students.
My colleague Kathryn Walsh and I had undertaken to organise an information evening on behalf of the School of Business. We wanted to highlight the fantastic opportunity available to our students within their various degree programmes whereby they can either avail of a work placement option after second year or the opportunity to study abroad for a year in one of our many partner Universities, hence our event title
“ Spoilt for Choice”.
To this end I brushed down my “event management” skills and ably guided and pushed along the way by Continue reading here [...]
Who we are
100minds is a volunteer-run, non-profit organisation, founded in 2013, that brings together some of Ireland’s top students and connects them with one cause to achieve big goals in a short space of time. 100minds was created, and is run, by a small group of young professionals in Dublin.
What We Do
100minds connects 3rd level students with a chosen charity and encourages them to run fundraising projects that will help develop their skill set and apply their theoretical learnings from college in a practical means. Each student is assigned a mentor to support them throughout their fundraising efforts. Our mentors are a group of recent graduates working in the world's top companies such as Twitter, Google, KPMG, McDonald's and many more.
How It Works
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Dublin Coach “Marketing Excellence Awards” in Association with NUIM 1st Year BBS Marketing, School of Business, National University of Ireland, Maynooth were announced yesterday Wednesday 7th May 2014 by John O`Sullivan, CEO Dublin Coach and included: Brian Dempsey, Katie McHugh, Cian Spillane and Lucy Teevan. The outstanding individual award was won by Conor O’Neill. Each of the winners were awarded a state of the art iPad sponsored by Dublin Coach while the complete student group (25 Marketing Students - see next page) received a Quicktours Dublin Coach Short Break Voucher.
Head of the Business School, Professor Peter McNamara was delighted to see our marketing students having the opportunity to translate their learning into action through the Dublin Coach project. He noted that Continue reading here [...]
Dr Graham Heaslip has been awarded the Highly Commended Paper Award by the publisher Emerald. Dr Heaslip’s paper “Services operations management and Humanitarian Logistics” published in the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management has been selected as a Highly Commended Paper. The Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management Editorial Team selected the paper as one of the most impressive pieces of work the team has seen. The paper can be viewed at: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=2042-6747&volume=3&issue=1&articleid=17088900&show=htmlThe global publisher Emerald annually awards papers from each of its journals with the Highly Commended Award, amongst other awards. Continue reading here [...]
The MSc in Humanitarian Logistics and Emergency Management has been shortlisted for the best new postgraduate programme at the upcoming GradIreland awards. The winners will be announced on April 30th. The MSc in Humanitarian Logistics and Emergency Management is the first in the world to combine the academic disciplines of humanitarian logistics and emergency management. The programme builds on the established strengths and reputation of Ireland and in particular Irish Aid, in delivering humanitarian assistance to those in need.
Recently students of the MSc in Humanitarian Logistics and Emergency Management participated on Exercise Viking 2014 in the Curragh from April 2nd to April 5th. VIKING 14 is a Command Post Exercise/Computer Assisted Exercise in the “Spirit of Partnership for Peace” Continue reading here [...]
My recent study of the growth of the sustainability discourse in the field of business, management and executive education indicated that the field has undergone considerable growth over the last two decades, and that this growth accelerated in recent years. … Continue reading →
This School of Business welcomed Bothwell & Vogel, to the Consumer Behaviour lecture on Monday 3 March 2014 to talk to First Year Marketing students on the role of perception and consumer involvement.
Lisa Bothwell and Colette Vogel are a creatively led Design Consultancy located in Kildare who work on local, national and international print and design projects. Students were introduced to various projects that the Company have worked on from the Michael Murphy's eye catching billboards...
To the more provocative Dubai Derby at the Curragh's advertisement.
In their discussion of Perception, they cited such examples as the iPhone, "We are exposed to the iPhone through advertising on TV and in print. Apple use powerful advertising methods to appeal to our emotions. The iPhone Continue reading here [...]