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  • The first in a ground breaking series of "From Research to Practice" HR seminars jointly hosted by Kingston Business School and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) took place on 11 September at Kingston Hill campus.
  • Kingston University's new Dean of Business and Law plans to focus on helping students spend time abroad as part of their degrees when he takes the helm at the start of the next academic year.
  • Jelena has over 20 years of experience in research and teaching in strategic leadership and international HRM on MBA and other postgraduate and undergraduate programmes at the universities in the UK and internationally. Prior to starting here at Kingston in March 2010, Jelena worked for the Cranfield School of Management, Aston Business School, University of Wolverhampton Business School, and University of Belgrade.
  • Stuart’s career with Kingston spans over three decades. He joined what was then Kingston Polytechnic in the School of Economics and Politics at Penrhyn Road, and as the new Business School began to take shape and shifted to Kingston Hill, Stuart moved with it. As the Course Director for new BSc in Business Information Technology, he implemented the newly validated programme and recruited the first batch of students.
  • A research paper entitled "The effect of guarantee terms on service recovery fairness" co-authored by Kingston Business School's PhD student Benedetta Crisafulli and Dr Jaywant Singh won the Best Paper Award at the prestigious American Marketing Association Services Marketing Special Interest Group (AMA SERVSIG) International Service Research Conference 2014, held during 13-15 June 2014, at Thessaloniki, Greece. 

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