Nottingham Business School Professors inspire during International Professors' Week

In keeping with a tradition of excellence in teaching and research, Nottingham Business School has recently hosted inaugural lectures from three of our new Professors.

Camera icon
Marina Dabic

In keeping with a tradition of excellence in teaching and research, Nottingham Business School has recently hosted inaugural lectures from three of our new Professors. These took place during our 3rd annual International Professors' Week which brought together professors from around the world for a week of lectures and networking events. Professor Marina Dabic, Professor Sander de Leeuw and Professor Marius Van Dijke from Nottingham Business School took the opportunity to deliver their Inaugural Lectures to this captive and very international audience, who were joined by staff and students from the school and across the wider university for the events.

Marina Dabic is a Professor of Entrepreneurship and International Business University of Zagreb and Nottingham Business School. She has participated in more than 70 conferences and published 50 papers, appeared in wide variety of international journals and has taught on entrepreneurship, education and international business around the world including in Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, India, Spain and the United States. Professor Dabic spoke on the theme of the challenges and impact of entrepreneurial education.

Marina Dabic Inaugural Lecture

Sander de Leeuw is a Professor of Supply Chain Management. An industrial engineer by background, Sander's specialist subject is Supply Chain Management, with a specific focus on humanitarian aid supply chains, web-shop logistics and behavioural operations management. He has authored numerous papers on a variety of topics in supply chain management. Sander teaches in the Operations Module of the Executive MBA programme as well as a variety of other Nottingham Business School courses. Sander is also an associate professor at VU University Amsterdam. Professor de Leeuw delivered his inaugural lecture on the area of decision making processes in supply chains.

Sander de Leeuw Inaugural Lecture

Marius Van Dijke is a Professor of Behavioural Ethics. His role at Nottingham Business School is to contribute to the supervision of PhD and DBA students in areas that are related to ethics, for example morality, leadership of high integrity, power, justice, trust and, in particular, to facilitate the development of PhD and DBA students towards being able to publish in scientific journals. He also envisions a more strategic role in helping NBS further develop its research potential and focus. Professor van Dijke is also Professor of Behavioural Ethics at the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University in Rotterdam. His lecture focused on understanding immoral conduct in business settings.

Marius Van Dijke Inaugural Lecture

For information on upcoming inaugural lectures and other events at Nottingham Business School please visit nbsevents.

Nottingham Business School Professors inspire during International Professors' Week

Published on 27 June 2014
  • Category: Nottingham Business School

Still need help?

+44 (0)115 941 8418