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Alumni supporting students in the spring fundraising campaign

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City’s students play an important role in fundraising for the future. This spring, Student Callers take part in the annual telephone fundraising campaign to connect with the alumni community, gain valuable skills and raise money for important projects. Ever wondered who the Student Callers are and what impact your support has on their futures? Well…Continue Reading Alumni supporting students in the spring fundraising campaign

A message from Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School – April 2022

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Dear Alumni, Welcome to the April Newsletter, I hope you are well. In these challenging times, I would like to reaffirm our total commitment to supporting all those affected by war in Ukraine. We are looking at ways of offering a more substantive response to the refugee crisis and supporting our alumni, students and staff….Continue Reading A message from Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School – April 2022

Message from City President, Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein

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There is no doubt that we ‘live in history’. As we continue to witness the war in Ukraine and the profoundly distressing acts of violence committed against democracy and the rule of law, our thoughts are with the people of Ukraine, and with all our staff, students and alumni affected by the conflict. Our thoughts…Continue Reading Message from City President, Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein

“Every day that I spend in a classroom feels like a gift”

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Meet Professor Daniel Beunza, new MSc Management Course Director. Daniel shares his professional background, ambitions for the course and plans to keep alumni connected with Bayes, following graduation.  Please could you tell us about your academic and professional experience and how it led to you becoming the MSc Management Course Director at Bayes? I started…Continue Reading “Every day that I spend in a classroom feels like a gift”

Alumni and staff recognised in the New Year Honours list

Each year, the New Year Honours list recognises the achievements and services of people across the UK, from all walks of life. We are delighted to announce and congratulate our nine City and Business School alumni and staff who have been recognised for their commitment to various services in the New Year Honour List 2022….Continue Reading Alumni and staff recognised in the New Year Honours list

A message from Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein, President of City, University of London – January 2022

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Happy New Year!  I hope 2022 has got off to a good start for you. Thank you all for your contributions to our strategy consultation so far. Developing an effective strategy is only possible with the ideas, engagement and shared commitment of our City community, so I am delighted that so many staff, alumni and…Continue Reading A message from Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein, President of City, University of London – January 2022

Meet our new Interim Dean of Bayes

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Professor André Spicer is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and the Interim Dean of Bayes. He is an expert in the areas of organisational behaviour, leadership and corporate social responsibility, and is founding director of ETHOS: The Centre for Responsible Enterprise. Professor Spicer’s research focuses on wellbeing, organisational politics and culture, employee identity, new organisational forms,…Continue Reading Meet our new Interim Dean of Bayes

A message from Professor André Spicer, Interim Dean of Bayes Business School – January 2022

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Dear Alumni, A very Happy New Year to you all, and welcome to the first Newsletter of 2022. 2021 was a momentous year for our Business School, and as the new Interim Dean I am very eagerly anticipating what 2022 has in store as we continue to embed our new name and the values that…Continue Reading A message from Professor André Spicer, Interim Dean of Bayes Business School – January 2022

Remembering Malcolm Troup, founder of City’s Department of Music

Malcolm Troup obituary written by Steve Stanton, Professor Emeritus of Music and Performing Arts, School of Arts & Social Sciences. Malcolm Troup was born in Toronto, Canada. Musically precocious by the age of nine, he had already begun to compose, winning several Canadian Publishers awards, as well as gaining a scholarship to the Royal Conservatory…Continue Reading Remembering Malcolm Troup, founder of City’s Department of Music