Below is a list of events from 2016.
Winter Graduation Drinks Reception
19 December 2016
In celebration of your achievements during your time here at the School of Business and Economics, we are delighted to invite you and your family to a celebratory drinks reception before the ceremony.
International Trade Arrangements after Brexit: Establishing the Facts
9 December 2016
Rounding off this eventful year is a conference dedicated to the international trade issues surrounding Brexit post-EU Referendum. The one-day conference will be examining the implications of UK trade arrangements outside of the EU for tariffs, market access and the harmonisation of standards and regulations.
Earn to Learn: Doing the right thing for the next generation?
8 December 2016
The Centre for Global Sourcing and Services are hosting an Earn to Learn symposium that will bring together a range of parties to consider how the business support service industry might provide sustainable and developmental work experience to young people undergoing higher education.
UK Automotive 30% Club Annual Conference
11 November 2016
The 30% Club is holding a networking session for female students interested in the Automotive sector to meet and discuss career opportunities with motor industry leaders - a great opportunity to meet people who could help make it happen.
CGSS Symposium: China-United Kingdom Trade Relationships
9 November 2016
The Centre for Global Sourcing and Services is hosting a delegation from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. Among the speakers are Chinese government officials from the Ministry of Commerce, an official from the UK Department of International Trade and leading academics.
CPWS Guest Lecture: 'In Search of Employee Voice, Theory and Practice'
9 November 2016
Adrian Wilkinson, Professor and Director of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing at Griffith University, Australia will be here to present analysis from various academic streams and disciplines that illuminates our understanding of employee voice from these different perspectives.
CIM Mid-Career Workshop. More than ‘mere’ supervision: Publishing with PhD students.
18 October 2016
Held by the Centre for Information Management, the workshop looks to discuss the process of publishing in top journals with one's PHD students, including addressing the challenges and opportunities of doing so.
'Alan Turing, Bletchley Park and the origins of Big Data'
27 September 2016
Sir Dermot Turing, Alan Turing’s nephew, will talk about his uncle’s work at Bletchley Park, the origins of the machinery approach to code-breaking, and how this developed at Bletchley.
BAFA Annual Conference of the Northern Area Group 2016
1 September 2016
The British Accounting and Finance Association are holding their annual Northern Area Group Conference here at Loughborough University School of Business and Economics. Contributions from all areas of accounting and finance are invited.
Summer Graduation Reception 2016
13 July 2016
In celebration of your achievement during your time here at the School of Business and Economics, we are delighted to invite you and your family to an informal celebratory drinks reception, immediately following the graduation ceremony.
Knowledge Management in Practice
16 June 2016
Dr Gill Ragsdell and colleagues from the Centre for Information Management are holding a workshop on the importance of effective Knowledge Management in practice, with insights from a range of experts and experienced academics.
Conference on Professional and Ethical Standards in Banking
20 May 2016
A two-day conference on banking ethics organised by the Centre for Post-crisis Finance and the Centre for Professional Work and Society with support from the Bank of England and the Chartered Bankers Institute.
Centre for Automotive Management Masterclass 2016
17 May 2016
The Centre for Automotive Management is hosting a masterclass sponsored by Audi (UK). Josh Robinson from 'Synergy Sponsorship', a leading UK sports marketing agency will be speaking on 'Turning Fans into Marketers'.
Intergrated Support System for Efficient Water Usage and Resources Management (ISS-EWATUS)
5 May 2016
The European Commission funded Intergrated Support System for Efficient Water Usage and Resources Management (ISS-EWATUS) represents a collaboration of water management and ICT research specialists.
CSM Workshop on Justice Research
16 March 2016
The Centre for Service Management has organised a one-day workshop on 'Scoping the terrain and research agenda for justice research'.
CIM Distinguished Speaker Programme: Neil Stansfield
8 March 2016
Neil Stansfield, Technical Strategy Lead, Knowledge, Innovation and Futures Enterprise, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, will be on campus talking about UK national security in the digital age.
Social Enterprise Masterclass: Understanding the Bigger Picture
2 March 2016
A Masterclass on the link between social enterprise, business and corporate social responsibility with speakers from Business in the Community and Loughborough Students Union Community Action.
Centre for Service Management Inaugural Doctoral Colloquium 2016
28 January 2016
The Centre for Service Management is pleased to announce its inaugural Doctoral Colloquium on 28th January 2016. The Colloquium will offer a stimulating environment for PhD students from across all stages of their doctoral research journeys, to share, discuss and debate current and emerging services-related research.
Service Innovation in Emerging Economies Conference
25 & 26 January 2016
The Centre for Service Management (CSM) conducts multi- and interdisciplinary research into a range of service organisations. In conjunction with SAMS and Loughborough University, this 2-day workshop looks at service innovation both for Emerging Markets (EMs) and those coming out of EMs.
CIM has announced the 2nd IDIMC to take place over two days in January 2016.
12 Jan 2016
Held by the Centre for Information Management, the International Data and Information Management Conference (IDIMC) aims to bring together researchers, managers and policy makers from academia, industry, government, commerce and the third sector.