Launch of the NBS Research Seminar Series

Submitted by Dr Sandy MacDonald

The Northampton Business School (NBS) have announced dates for their Research Seminar series, which will run during term time for staff and doctoral students. The first seminar will be held on 7th October, at 1pm (room to be confirmed), with Dr Shaowei He, Director of Centre for China and Emerging Countries (CEEC) speaking on “Chinese acquisitions in developed countries and capability upgrading in their acquired firms.” Watch this post for further details.

With the aim to promote research within NBS and to disseminate findings to staff and PhD students, the series also encourages staff to meet PhD students and to support them in the early stages of their academic careers. The atmosphere is informal and all are welcome. Tea and coffee are made available and the seminars usually last for an hour. Please get in touch with Sandy MacDonald if you have some research you are keen to publicise through this forum.

7th October at 1pm, Dr Shaowei He, Director of Centre for China and Emerging Countries (CEEC); “Chinese acquisitions in developed countries and capability upgrading in their acquired firms.

14th October, Louise Atkinson, Oluwakemi Chukwuma-Nwuba, Hayley Henderson (PhD students); “Conferences: why you should attend them.

21st October, Dr Sheng Hu “Using Q methodology.”

28th October, Visiting Professor Deborah Johnston (SOAS);
Research impact (how it is understood and the challenge of documenting it).”

Further dates for seminars, and room details, will be released shortly so please bookmark this post.

About Simone Apel

Researcher Developer for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

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