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More than 100 academics, industry practitioners, government policy makers and students from 25 countries and economies gathered together in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on 13-14 April 2018 for the KIMEP International Research Conference on The Silk Road and the Tourism and Hospitality Industries.
A one-day conference was organized by the Punjab Research Group at the Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom on 31 March 2018. Mr. R.S Mann Convenor of the conference welcomed all the guests.
Are there perceived benefits of sharing photos online and via social media for people over 60 years old?
Oxford Brookes’ Professor Simonetta Manfredi has written for Times Higher Education (THE) on the need to tackle the under-representation of women in university spinout companies.
Professor Levent Altinay's Grant Application (Newton/British Academy with Dr Gurel Cetin from Istanbul University) has been successful.
Tea Colaianni, Non-Executive Director of mothercare plc, discussed the most pressing issues facing women in business with Professor Simonetta Manfredi, Associate Dean for Research and Knowledge Exchange of Oxford Brookes Business School.
At the invitation of the University of Amsterdam, Prof Pritam Singh gave four lectures there (2 on Wed 28th Feb and 2 on Thursday March 1, 2018).
A blog has been launched to showcase the findings of the research and multi-stakeholder roundtable Dr Samentha Goethals (Oxford Brookes University, Business School) and Dr Emre E. Korkmaz (Oxford Department for International Development) conducted and organised for the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre between July and October 2017.
Research by Oxford Brookes researcher Dr Sarah Quinton has found that sharing photos online can make a huge difference to the lives of elderly people, but a large number lack confidence in their digital skills.
International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies currently leads a project for mapping sources of coaching knowledge-generation as part of the initiative by an alliance of the major professional coaching bodies, universities and corporate purchasers of coaching. The project is supported by the British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline.