News: April 2012

Oxford Award for Bangor Professor

Tony Bushell, Professor of German in Bangor’s  School of Modern Languages, has been awarded a  prestigious visiting scholarship by St. John’s College, Oxford to complete a study devoted to the rhetorics of Austrian identity.

Publication date: 26 April 2012

Research for Business and the Business of Research. A public lecture not to be missed!

Research for Business and the Business of Research

George Buckley Chief UK Economist, Deutsche Bank.
Stephenson Room, George Building, Normal Site.  6pm for 6:15 start

A Public Lecture not to be missed!

Publication date: 24 April 2012

Funded opportunities to build relationships with external partner organizations

Strategic Insight Programme (SIP)

Application Deadline:
Friday 4th May 2012

Bangor University is pleased to announce that applications for the Strategic Insight Programme (SIP) in Bangor are now open.

Publication date: 16 April 2012

PhD studentships for October 2012

Bangor Business School is inviting applications for Research Bursaries starting in October 2012. This provides three years of support for full-time PhD study.

Publication date: 12 April 2012

SCSM researcher awarded prestigious place on the Welsh Crucible leadership scheme

SCSM's Astrid Ensslin has been awarded a place on the prestigious HEFCW-funded Welsh Crucible 2012 scheme.

Publication date: 11 April 2012

Where did the idea of a cashless society come from?

The concept of a "cashless society" is now getting increased attention as countries such as Sweden try to move away from bills and coins whereas in the UK there has been a failed attempt by banks to do without paper cheques. In a Bangor Business School Working Paper, Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo, of the Business School, along with Thomas Haigh of the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; The Haigh Group and David Stearns, of  Seattle Pacific University document,  the ‘cashless’ idea actually originated first in the world of business and only later moved into the realm of fiction.

Publication date: 11 April 2012

Another successful Completion Workshop for Bangor's PhD students

Following the success of the first PhD Completion Workshop in September 2011, Bangor Law School held the second Completion Workshop for advanced PhD students on Friday 23 March 2012.

Publication date: 2 April 2012

Where did the idea of a cashless society come from?

The concept of a "cashless society" is now getting increased attention as countries such as Sweden try to move away from bills and coins whereas in the UK there has been a failed attempt by banks to do without paper cheques. In a Bangor Business School Working Paper, Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo of the Business School, along with Thomas Haigh of the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; The Haigh Group and David Stearns, of Seattle Pacific University document that the ‘cashless’ idea actually originated first in the world of business and only later moved into the realm of fiction.

Publication date: 2 April 2012