KBS Seminar Series on Re-imagining Our Future Post-COVID
Two thirds of female workers are more stressed as employee burnout looms in Ireland according to a new survey of 590 employees and business leaders in Ireland by Dr Sarah Kieran an
Dr Sarah Kieran has been awarded an Horizon 2020 Rise Grant for ongoing research into the digital transformation of work.
A distinguished gathering of world-leading experts on responsibility in business and education came together recently at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, for a week-long series of
Best of luck to the four KBS postgraduate students; Darshan Gala (MSc. in Computational Finance), Krishna Maheshwari (MSc. in Computational Finance), Advitya Ramdev (MSc.
KBS has been a signatory to the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) since 2008, and indeed was the first Business School in Ireland to sign up to this initiative. PRME are si
KBS is delighted to be named once again as a UN PRME Champion School in the latest cycle, joining with 31 other leading Business Schools from around the world to lead on responsible management educ
ANALYSIS: ‘How the coronavirus may hit the tourism industry’
UL’s Professor Jim Deegan writes for @RTEBrainstorm
'Predicting Cyber Security Vulnerabilities of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles using Machine Learning Algorithms', Arash Kia
The Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Kemmy Business School hosted a seminar by Prof. John FitzGerald, Trinity College Dublin on
Stop talking about my generation: the problem of ageism at work
ICBE, in collaboration with our partners, requests the pleasure of your company at the launch of theICBE Advanced Productivity Skillnet research report,
Postal Address: Faculty Office, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland.