School of Business and Law

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Professor Marina Novelli

Vote for tourism professor Marina Novelli in the upcoming sustainable tourism AACT awards

Professor Marina Novelli has been nominated for a Changemaker Award in the impact category at the upcoming Aviators Africa Conference and Tower (AACT) Awards. The AACT Awards recognise, celebrate and honour excellence and sustainability within the African aviation and tourism sector.  Marina teaches tourism and international development at the School of Business and Law. Her research…

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Elm House in the sunshine

Guest lectures for students on topical legal and social issues

In the last few years our Law, Society and Justice Research and Enterprise Group (LawSoJust REG) hosted a number of guest lectures for students and staff across the University of Brighton.  LawSoJust REG brings together academics and student researchers from law and other related social science disciplines who are active in the fields of social…

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Rachael Carden

Helping students achieve that ‘lightbulb’ moment: Rachael Carden

A former English teacher in both the UK and abroad, Rachael Carden is the Course Leader for our four-year International Business Management BSc(Hons). Rachael’s passion is supporting students in achieving that ‘lightbulb’ moment! On which programmes and modules do you teach? I am the Course Leader for the BSc International Business programme and I teach on…

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Inspiring students to step up to their greatness and live their dreams: Midgie Thompson

Keeping with the theme of International Women’s Day, we wanted to introduce another of our lecturers, Midgie Thompson. Midgie teaches on our Creativity in Business module, which is available as an optional module to all of our undergraduate students. Midgie is also a triathlete, preparing for her first half-ironman triathlon in July this year! On which…

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David Foster, Module leader

David Foster, fascinated by people, organisations and messy challenges

Our lecturer we’re profiling this week is David Foster. David is the module leader for two of our modules; Creativity in Enterprise and International Strategy. As well as developing our students’ knowledge of academic theory, David uses his own business to bring commercial experience to his teaching – bridging the world of academia with practical application….

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Sue Greener

Breeding sheep and encouraging students to debate current business trends: Sue Greener

Meet Dr Sue Greener, a published author, sheep breeder and one of our part-time Principal Lecturers supervising final-year undergraduate business and doctoral students with their project work. On which programmes and modules do you teach? I teach on the Joint Honours Programme in Hastings. I am the Business strand leader for students remaining in study…

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Marie-Bénédicte Dembour

Best publication prize for Marie-Bénédicte Dembour

On 10 February, Professor Marie-Bénédicte Dembour received the Best Publication prize awarded by the Odysseus Academic Network which recognises outstanding academic research in the area of European Immigration or Asylum Law. The Best Publication Prize recognises an outstanding contribution to the field by a more experienced researcher or professor. Professor Marie-Bénédicte Dembour was a joint winner…

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