Articles from Stephanie Mullins

AI causes new challenges for research ethics at universities

The acceleration of knowledge and the emergence of new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), has provoked new ethical questions and requires universities to approach research ethics differently, says Professor Sylvie Pommier, Director of Doctoral Research at Université Paris-Saclay.

UCL students buy into retail expertise as new partnership launches

True, Europe’s only retail and consumer sector specialist that operates across the entire investment vertical, is partnering with UCL School of Management to establish its first Academic & Entrepreneurial Alliance.

French university launches comedy videos to teach English

 

BoF UNVEILS RANKING OF THE WORLD’S TOP 50 FASHION SCHOOLS

Today (30 Oct), The Business of Fashion is pleased to announce the third edition of The Global Fashion School Rankings, including 25 new participating schools and a newly-established ranking of business graduate courses within fashion institutions.

BoF UNVEILS RANKING OF THE WORLD’S TOP 50 FASHION SCHOOLS, INCLUDING NEW RANKING OF GRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMMES

Today (30 Oct), The Business of Fashion is pleased to announce the third edition of The Global Fashion School Rankings, including 25 new participating schools and a newly-established ranking of business graduate courses within fashion institutions.

WHSmith CEO Stephen Clarke launches new Global Challenges business course

Stephen Clarke, CEO of WHSmith, will launch the new ‘Global Challenges’ course at the University of Edinburgh Business School next month.

Université Paris-Saclay launches design centre

New French university launches the Design Spot to back pioneering projects

PSL is the world’s highest new THE WUR entrant, despite competition from Asia putting pressure on European Universities

Paris Sciences & Lettres (PSL) is the world’s highest new entrant in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018

Does your personality fit your network? It could be damaging your success at work

Your personality must fit with your network in order to be trusted and successful, new research from UCL School of Management and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, reveals. Otherwise, your friendships might clash with your job.

New non-executive director programme to fast track leaders into the boardroom

University of Edinburgh Business School has launched a new programme to accelerate executives’ development and propel them into the boardroom.

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