Beth Kocher Gormley, Communications & PR Manager, UCD College of Business

How can healthcare systems become more equitable?

The MISFIRES Conference Targeted Therapies and the exhibition Chronic Illness: A Creative Exploration Art, will explore how to make healthcare systems more equitable by improving stakeholder input into biomedical and public health issues.  “It is increasingly common for governments to commit, symbolically and economically, to dreams of targeted therapeutic innovation in healthcare,” said Professor Susi Geiger, UCD College of Business… Read more >

News From University College Dublin

Professor Donna Marshall wins Bankinter Consumer Finance Award for Research in Business Ethics As recently reported by the Irish Times, Bankinter is a leading Spanish banking group that announced plans to establish Avant Money as its Irish banking branch. UCD College of Business Professor Donna Marshall’s co-authored paper, “Reporting Controversial Issues in Controversial Industries“, has won the Bankinter… Read more >

UCD College of Business and Proudly Made in Africa presented the Africa Business Conference 2024: Digital Africa, Entrepreneurship and Tech

UCD College of Business and Proudly Made in Africa presented the Africa Business Conference 2024: Digital Africa, Entrepreneurship and Tech. The discussion focused on the entrepreneurial landscape and was an arena to hear from entrepreneurs and other business actors on how they are shaping (and being shaped by) the business landscape in Africa, and the… Read more >

20 Years of AACSB Accreditation for UCD College of Business

UCD College of Business was re-accredited for the fifth time by the AACSB, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This latest award signifies and affirms two decades of accreditation by the UCD College of Business by this global Business School body. AACSB is part of the ‘triple crown’ of accreditation from three centres… Read more >

Howard University Alumna selected as Inaugural UCD Smurfit Scholarship Awardee

Annylah Clarke, a UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Masters in MSc Food Business Strategy student, was recently awarded the inaugural Howard University and UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Scholarship.  “Receiving this scholarship means everything to me,” said Clarke. “To be recognized for my work ethic and merit and given the chance to study… Read more >