News and events
See below for upcoming events and the latest news from the Bristol Business School.
The Bristol Business School hosts and supports a number of events throughout the year including the Distinguished Address Series, the Distinguished Professorial Address Series, Professorial Inaugural Lecture and Economic staff seminars.
- THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED Bristol Distinguished Address: Kevin Ellis, Chair and Senior Partner, PwC UK
This event is fully booked. Kevin Ellis (@KevinJDEllis), Chair and Senior Partner of PwC UK, will deliver a lecture as part of the Bristol Distinguished Address Series entitled 'The role of business in a disrupted world. Why business needs to work harder to show its positive contribution to society'.
- Generating a Regional Skills Base for a Fintech Future
Business West and UWE Bristol are collaborating in an interactive workshop event exploring opportunities and challenges in creating a pipeline of talent with the right skills for the region's future in Fintech.
- ?Find the cleverest in the class and sit by them?: How students manage the transition to Masters level study.
The first of this year's Developments in Higher Education (DHE) Seminar Series 2018-19. This talk by Dr Carl Evans has a lot significance for teaching and learning and for student experience.
- BCEF Economics Research Seminar Series - Natalya Naqvi (LSE)
UWE-BCEF Economics Research Seminar Series - Natalya Naqvi (LSE)
"Organizational Ethics, Narratives and Social Dysfunctions"
- In Critical Condition? Challenges and possibilities for critical leadership and management scholarship in current times
Bristol Leadership and Change Centre Research Symposium: In Critical Condition? Challenges and possibilities for critical leadership and management scholarship in current times.
This symposium brings together early, mid and late career leadership and management scholars to reflect on the nature, purpose and challenges of being 'critical' in the contemporary Business School environment. The event will include a keynote address by Professor Martin Parker, University of Bristol, and a number of research-informed presentations, followed by a provocation and invitation to debate by Professor Sandra Jones, RMIT, Australia.