8 May 2019

Board Member appointment to NHS Tayside

Professor Graeme Martin from the School of Business has been appointed as a non-executive Board Member for NHS Tayside by the Cabinet Secretary for Health for four years from January 1st, 2019.  His appointment is a direct result of his research and knowledge exchange in healthcare management and his work with doctors over the past ten years.     The job of a non-executive Board Member is to help NHS Tayside “ensure effective and accountable governance of the NHS Tayside system, and to provide strategic leadership and direction for the system as a whole.’  As part of hi...

Board Member appointment to NHS Tayside

30 Apr 2019

Supporting Scotland's food and drink sector

Dr Keith Dinnie, Head of Management and Marketing at the School of Business (UDSB), delivered the opening presentation at the ‘Food Tourism Innovation 2019 Workshop: Storytelling and Sense of Place’ (https://interface-online.org.uk/blog/working-appetite-food-tourism-collaborations) at Castle Terrace in Edinburgh on 24 April 2019. The event was organised by Interface, a hub connecting organisations from a wide variety of national and international industries to all of Scotland’s universities, research institutes and colleges, in partnership with Scotland Food and Drink, Connect Local, and ...

Supporting Scotland's food and drink sector

29 Apr 2019

Support for our new Dundee Star

We are delighted to announce the sponsorship of our latest Dundee Stars ice hockey player for the 2019/20 season.  Drydn Dow has re-signed for the Dundee Stars, for the 2019/20 season, and as part of this he will receive a fully-funded place on our MSc Management degree, starting in September 2019.  The Canadian defenceman iced on 66 occasions last season, racking up 42 points and netting 10 goals along the way. Dow joined from the University of Calgary last summer and also brought over 200 games of experience in the WHL, one of Canada’s top junior hockey leagues. The Calgary native returns...

Support for our new Dundee Star

14 Mar 2019

Sharing an inspirational business model

Grace Chocolates is an inspirational Scottish business setup in 2017. The business manufactures handmade chocolates with the support of women who have touched the Scottish criminal justice system and are choosing to make positive changes in their lives. Through making and selling the chocolates the women receive support, training, work experience and the opportunity to raise their self-esteem and resilience which helps lower the barriers they face in finding meaningful employment. Founder and Director of Grace Chocolates, Joyce Murray has recently started what we hope to be a long lasting relationship...

Sharing an inspirational business model

11 Feb 2019

Centre for Qualitative Research in Finance - Inaugural Conference

4TH JUNE 2019   Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK  Guest Speaker: Professor Jill Atkins, University of Sheffield   2nd CALL FOR PAPERS   The Centre for Qualitative Research in Finance (CQRF) is hosting its inaugural conference on 4th June 2019 at the University of Dundee.   Papers are invited from across the financial management, financial markets and corporate governance fields, as well as explorations of methodological issues in the area.   Accepted papers will be eligible for submission to a special issue of Qualitative Research in Financial M...

Centre for Qualitative Research in Finance - Inaugural Conference