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Gael Coláiste Skills Development Programme

This programme was run in collaboration with the KBS and Lero. The students came into UL in December and were trained in Communications and Interviewing skills, they returned to the University in January 2019 where they were given an opportunity to apply those skills by making presentations and carrying out selection interviews.
 
The University team was made up of Mike O’ Brien, Deirdre Brady, Maria Ryan, Myles Kingston, Clare McInerney, Ita Richardson & Yvonne Delaney.

BA (Hons) HRM group of 2019

The graduating class in the BA (Hons) Human Resource Management pictured with their lecturer Dr Juliet MacMahon, Department of Work and Employment Studies prior to their graduation on Tuesday 15th January 2019. 

Report : An Economic impact assessment of LERO

A KBS Report co authored by Prof. Helea Lenihan,  Kevin Mulligans & M. Perez-Alaniz found that Lero's economic activity has contributed to the creation of 2,678 jobs nationally and national gross output of over €515m between 2005-2018.  

CIPD Seminar - ‘The Performance Management Revolution’

 CIPD Seminar on ‘The Performance Management Revolution’
 
 
 
Photo  L-R: Michael O'Brien & Micheal Clancy (Kerry Group), Kevin Costello(Dell), Noelette Ensko (Johnson & Johnson) and Prof. Kevin Murphy, KBS.

KBS Graduations

KBS graduations were held on Tuesday 15th January in both morning and afternoon ceremonies. Photos can be viewed on the KBS Facebook Page

Photo shows Dr Barry Sheehan and Dr Nuala Ryan where presented with their PhD's awards in the afternoon ceremony. 

RTE Brainstorm: The trouble with Bono & tax:

The trouble with Bono & tax: “blaming Bono is unpleasant for Bono, but maybe it means that we’re maturing as a country in our attitude to tax avoidance”. By Dr. Sheila Killian, Assistant Dean Research.  

Prof Stephen Kinsella wins the Economic Commentator/Business Analyst Award

Congrats to Prof Stephen Kinsella on winning the Economic Commentator/Business Analyst Award for his two submissions on the Sunday Business Post, one on “Ireland’s Generation Game” and the second entitled: “Taxes, Tweets, and Multinationals. An international problem we need to solve domestically”.

UL Students Showcase their Social Enterprise at the Enactus World Cup

The UL Enactus Team were part of a delegation of 70 Irish students who travelled to San José to represent the University of Limerick at the Enactus World Cup. The Enactus World Cup brings together an international network of student, academic and business leaders to promote and showcase student social enterprise initiatives. 

Building entrepreneurs of the future – KBS and Nexus Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

The next generation of Limerick’s innovators and entrepreneurs were given the opportunity to experience business start-up first hand at the Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation Bootcamp hosted by the Kemmy Business School and the Nexus Innovation Centre.
 

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