From May 31st to June 2nd, the Leeds University Business School (LUBS) hosted a three-day theory building workshop conducted by Professor Paul C. Godfrey from Brigham Young University. The workshop aimed to guide senior academics and PhD students in the process of constructing and refining theories from their research.
Reading transforms lives and creates opportunities for children and their communities. Despite this, 1 in 6 adults globally go through childhood without ever learning to read or write. Access to books and literacy programmes are factors that can truly make a difference.
On the 19th and 20th of January, the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES), in collaboration with the Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI), hosted a mini-conference at the Leeds University Business School. Led by Dr Deema Refai and Professor Nick Williams, the two days of talks, workshops, and discussions focused on the theme ‘Engaged Scholarship for the Future of Entrepreneurship.’
My visit to Morocco was a welcome return to the African continent. But to North Africa whereas previously I mostly visited Eastern and South Africa. What surprised me most was how much of it was similar in context.
After a busy few weeks of induction activities, lectures, and seminars, our annual ‘Networking and Nibbles’ event was a welcome opportunity to bring enterprise students together form across the university to meet each other and share ideas.