The Knowledge Hub is a key focus for innovation in the Faculty of Business and Law.
Various dates at MMU Business School
, MMU Business School (Postgraduate Suite, 7th Floor)
Honed to address the employability needs of MMU’s 3rd year undergraduates and postgraduate students seeking employment within the digital industries, this event will be extensively supported by the MPA (Manchester Publicity Association – the Voice of Manchester’s Communications Community).
, MMU Business School
As part of the Manchester Metropolitan University Festival of Knowledge, this free one-day symposium will examine the role and contribution of the humanities, arts and social sciences in awakening the imaginative and moral sense amongst participants.
, MMU Business School & Geoffrey Manton Building
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Social Science 2014 was a huge success with over 200 events across the UK. This year, the Festival will be take place from 7–14 November 2015 and once again MMU host a number of talks and activities.
Congratulations to Jeff McCarthy and Dr Kate Cook whose work was nominated for the Faculty of Business and Law Award in the 2015 MMU Knowledge Exchange Project Awards.
Dan Parnell joins MMU Business School and the Business in Sport Knowledge Cluster as co-leader, arriving with details about an event he will be organising next year and four newly published journal articles.
John Kampfner, Director of Creative Industries Federation, will speak at one of our Creative Industries Knowledge Cluster events in February 2016. Formed in 2014, the Creative Industries Federation is both a significant and independent voice for the creative industries in the UK.
This symposium will focus on the following topic: ‘Designing Tomorrow‘s Campus: Resiliency, Vulnerability, and Adaptation’, with a view to contributing to the further development of this fast-growing field.
A team comprising the Consumer Behaviour Knowledge Cluster, MMU Business School interns and volunteers led by Dr Amna Khan, will present the findings of Gift of Togetherness – a Heritage Lottery funded oral history project on Muslim gift-gifting cultures – at Manchester Mega Mela this weekend.
The 2nd Competitive Advantage in the Digital Economy (CADE) summer school took place in Venice on 28–30 May. Sponsored by CAGE and NEMODE, this was a genuinely informative and extremely well organised event. Jeff McCarthy (Creative Industries and Business in Sport clusters) was fortunate to be awarded a place. Here are his notes taken from the first two days.