SBE reaccredited by EQUIS for five years
The School of Business and Economics has been reaccredited by EQUIS for the full five years, confirming the School's international position as a leader in management education and research.
19 December 2017
Centre for Information Management member, Dr. Gillian Ragsdell guides on joint project with Charnwood Connect, which recently won first prize in the international Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital Excellence Awards.
9 October 2017
Professor M. N. Ravishankar and Dr Michelle Richey have won the prestigious Best Paper Award at the British Academy of Management conference held on the 15th of September for their paper on entrepreneurial failure.
28 September 2017
Masters students at the School were recently given the opportunity to showcase their projects/dissertations at a conference set up to enable students to benefit from practitioner’s feedback and industry insights.
21 September 2017
This year marks the 25-year anniversary of the first cohort of undergraduates studying Retailing and Management. The SBE has organised an exciting day of networking and research seminars in celebration.
8 September 2017
Dr Martin Sykora, Dr Suzanne Elayan and Professor Tom Jackson, with colleagues, have been analysing hundreds of thousands of tweets related to the 2012 large-scale disaster Hurricane Sandy in an effort to help identify mental health needs surrounding such events.
22 August 2017
Commenting on the recent announcement from the UK Government of a 2040 ban on diesel and petrol-powered cars, Professor Jim Saker states that not only is it not 'news' but that it is off the mark, for not focusing on hydrogen fuel cells as the way forward.
28 July 2017
The Centre for Service Management recently hosted a workshop bringing together thought leaders, established academics, early-career researchers and professionals to discuss the important topic of service innovation in emerging markets.
8 March 2017
Dr Patrick Stacey's research into fitness games from the perspective of users with learning disabilities highlights several key elements that game designers can use in order to help people with LD use fitness games as a form of exercise.
16 February 2017
© 2019 Loughborough University. All rights reserved.