As part of the Stirling Management School’s focus on enhancing the employability of graduates, we will be running a week long trading master class in conjunction with London-based Amplify Trading for students at the end of the Spring Semester. Master courses participating include Banking and Finance, Finance, International Accounting and Finance, Investment Analysis and the MBA. 13 Feb 2014
Prof David Bell and Dr Angus Armstrong will be making a presentation on the economics of independence to an audience of 100 members of the actuarial profession from 14 different companies in Stirling this evening. 20 Feb 2014
Routledge has listed an article ‘The Internet and Value Co-creation’ by University of Stirling Managment School, Professor Bernard Burnes as one of their top ten most popular Science, Technology and Society articles of 2013. 26 Feb 2014
The first ASSERT Masterclass in Societal Security took place in Stirling in February 2014. During the event, hosted by CRISP, 30 security experts explored ways in which societal impact assessments can be integrated into European research proposals and projects. 7 Mar 2014
The States of Jersey Government has published the Home Affairs and Education Scrutiny Panel Report entitled ‘Camera Surveillance in Jersey’. CRISP Director, Professor William Webster, was appointed as a Specialist Advisor to the Panel. Scrutiny Panels are the formal mechanism used to hold the States of Jersey Government and Ministers to account. 7 Mar 2014
Places are still available on this year's CRISP (Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy) Doctoral workshop! The workshop will be held at the Open University in Milton Keynes from 16 - 21st June 2014. A number of bursaries, covering workshop fees, are now available for students travelling from further afield within or from outside Europe. Please indicate whether you would like to be considered for a bursary on your application. 7 Mar 2014
The Stirling Management School is providing the opportunity for Fourth Year Undergraduate students to put into practice the learning they have achieved during the duration of their degree through participation in the Strip Steel Challenge virtual business game. 10 Mar 2014
A team from St Andrews, Edinburgh Napier and Stirling universities looked at what they have called the "John Lewis economy" in Scotland.
Prof Ronald McQuaid, from the University of Stirling, said: "These findings largely mirror other research undertaken elsewhere in the UK and abroad and further strengthens the evidence base concerning the growth performance of employee-owned firms."
25 Mar 2014