Manchester Business School nominated for Business School of the Year
(8 September 2015)
Manchester Business School has been nominated for Business School of the Year as part of this year’s Times Higher Education Awards. The nomination coincides with celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the School.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony and dinner on 26 November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
Professor Neil Hanley’s, Faculty of Life Sciences, Fellowship Academy was shortlisted for the Support for Early Career Researchers award. Dr Patrick O’Malley from the School of Chemistry was shortlisted for Outstanding Teacher of the Year. Professor David Schultz’s ManUniCast, has been nominated for the Outstanding Digital Innovation in Teaching or Research category.
Since taking up the position of Head of School in 2013, Professor Fiona Devine has overseen an ambitious redevelopment programme which will include a new hotel and Executive Education Centre. The School recently attracted a landmark £15 million donation from Lord Alliance of Manchester, which will see its name changed to the Alliance Manchester Business School later this month.