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A Message from Professor Paolo Volpin, Dean of The Business School (formerly Cass) – June 2021

A message from Professor Paolo Volpin

Welcome to June’s Alumni newsletter. It is hard to believe that we are almost halfway through the year, and I hope you have been enjoying our recent warmer summer days. As you know, the Business School has announced that, from Monday 6th September 2021, it will be renamed ‘Bayes Business School’. This decision was taken…Continue Reading A Message from Professor Paolo Volpin, Dean of The Business School (formerly Cass) – June 2021

An interview with City President, Professor Sir Paul Curran

“From August, I shall look at City from afar and remind myself that I had the honour to work in such an energising location, to both change the life-chances of thousands of people and to increase our understanding of the world.” In June this year, Professor Sir Paul Curran will be stepping down as President…Continue Reading An interview with City President, Professor Sir Paul Curran

Message from Professor Sir Paul Curran – June 2021

I hope that you and your family have been keeping well as we emerge from lockdown. England has taken further steps toward easing Covid-19 restrictions. These developments are welcome and a result of a significant fall in case numbers and continued progress in the vaccine rollout. This gives us optimism for the coming weeks and months…Continue Reading Message from Professor Sir Paul Curran – June 2021

Lessons in Life and Death – The School Taking On the Pandemic

A nurse, wearing a mask, washes her hand in a sterile room.

In conversation with Professor Debra Salmon, Dean of the School of Health Sciences at City, University of London “… we’re really proud, but we’re a bit tired.” It sounds like the understatement of the year, especially after a year like 2020 when Professor Debra Salmon’s students, staff, and alumni came up against a challenge none of them…Continue Reading Lessons in Life and Death – The School Taking On the Pandemic

Top tips from City’s Sustainability Officer

City, University of London was recently ranked among the top 200 institutions globally for climate action, responsible consumption and production, and reducing inequalities in the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Ranking 2021. City’s Sustainability Officer Eleanor Simes talked to us about City, sustainability, and five of her tips on what to read, watch and listen to about…Continue Reading Top tips from City’s Sustainability Officer

Message from Professor Sir Paul Curran – March 2021

Welcome to March’s Alumni Newsletter I hope you, your family and friends are well. With the pandemic still impacting our lives, I would like to take this opportunity to recognise those members of the City community who have lost their lives to Covid-19. It is with sadness, that I share with you the news of…Continue Reading Message from Professor Sir Paul Curran – March 2021

City, University of London Launches into Space

Space might seem far away, but we all use space technology every day. Ehsan Razavizadeh, Managing Director of the University’s new London Space Innovation Centre, explains why it’s time to focus on this exciting new frontier. London Space Innovation Centre at City, University of London had its official launch event on 3rd March 2021. It…Continue Reading City, University of London Launches into Space

Message from Professor Paolo Volpin, Dean, The Business School (formerly Cass) – March 2021

Welcome to March’s Alumni newsletter. After a testing 2020 for all of us, I hope 2021 has started well for you. As a Business School we continue to operate largely remotely, but a lot of work is being done behind the scenes to ensure an efficient and above all, safe, return to campus in the…Continue Reading Message from Professor Paolo Volpin, Dean, The Business School (formerly Cass) – March 2021

Business School naming process update

More than 2,000 alumni, staff and students from across the University registered to use the naming portal site during December and January, with a total of 155 unique suggestions passing the initial criteria for consideration. Following checks to reputational risk, distinctiveness and credibility, as well as translation, trademark research and brand compatibility tests, a shortlist…Continue Reading Business School naming process update