The Knowledge Hub is a key focus for innovation in the Faculty of Business and Law.
, MMU Business School (Room 3.11)
Happy people are productive people. This interactive (and fun) session helps to explain how highly motivated employees often find their motivation from working in a fun workplace and what we can do to try and make work more enjoyable. Hosted by the Work Psychology knowledge cluster
, MMU Business School
This event will be honed to address the employability needs of MMU Business School students seeking employment within the digital industries. Organised by the Digital and Social Media Marketing knowledge cluster.
, People’s History Museum
Join MMU academics as they discuss their varied and fascinating publications and work on Mary Wollstonecraft. This panel event is part of Wonder Women Radical Manchester.
, MMU Business School
Innovative and exciting two-day event where teams comprising of year 11 and 12 pupils, academics and business partners will compete against each other in a real world simulation to test their business acumen.
Thanks to the Creative Industries Knowledge Cluster, MMU Business School’s postgraduate students were offered the opportunity to both meet and pitch to the key people in a number of major companies in Manchester’s creative industry.
The Gender Knowledge Cluster along with Manchester School of Art hosted three events in February 2015 showcasing the work of Brian Maguire surrounding the cultural phenomenon of feminicide in Juarez, Mexico.
The Society for Research into Higher Education invites applications from newer researchers to enter a research proposal for a small scale project under an SRHE Prize scheme. There will be up to three prizes of £3,000 available for a research project of one year’s duration. These awards are intended to provide support for early stage researchers in the field of higher education research.
Dr Kate Cook (leader of the Gender knowledge cluster) appeared on Monday evening’s edition of BBC North West Tonight (5.1.2015) to talk about Ched Evans’s potential return to professional football.
Congratulations to Dr Julia Rouse for her award at ISBE 2014. Julia was presented with Winner Best Paper (Gender and Enterprise) at the awards dinner for a piece of research she co-authored with Prof. John Kitching entitled Embodying Entrepreneur Pregnancy: More Individualised Strategising than Mutual Adjustment.