The Knowledge Hub is a key focus for innovation in the Faculty of Business and Law.
, 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 year 11 and 12 pupils, academics and business partners will compete against each other in a real world simulation to test their business acumen.
, MMU Business School
As part of the Manchester Metropolitan University Festival of Knowledge, a one-day symposium will take place on 4 November 2015 to examine the role and contribution of the humanities in awakening the imaginative and moral sense amongst participants.
Over three days during April 2015, the Department of Management and the Business of Sport Knowledge Cluster welcomed 21 students and three staff members from the School of Sport Management and Marketing at Hogeschool, Rotterdam. The visit was part of a developing wider partnership between MMU and Hogeschool with future activities already planned for 2015–16.
MMU is partnering with the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the University of Manchester on a Manchester-based Festival of Social Science for the first time in November 2015. Running from 7–14 November the call for applications to host events is now open.
Taking place on 4 November 2015, this one-day symposium will examine the role and contribution of the humanities in awakening the imaginative and moral sense amongst participants. The aim is to determine the ways in which the various disciplines of the humanities inform and support individual and community aspirations.
This project will adopt a big data approach to model various aspects of entrepreneurship in the Manchester City Region. Using ‘stylised’ big data, this study will develop pioneering evidence about entrepreneurship in the Manchester City Region and significantly inform the development of economic policy in the region as it takes up new, devolved powers of governance.
A champion for the rights of transgender people, Prof Stephen Whittle (Gender Knowledge Cluster) has been granted the prestigious title of ‘Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences’ by a selection of his peers. This adds to a string of accolades for Prof Whittle including an OBE, honorary degree and Stonewall Award from the American Bar Association.