2012: the year in News
We had the pleasure to announce a new Head of School, Professor Adrian Bell, in August and three new members of faculty joining us - Dr Nadia Kappou, Dr Ogonna Nneji and Miriam Marra. We would also like to mention again, Dr Ioannis Oikonomou, for his excellent achievements, which are bringing wider recognition across Europe to the research he is undertaking. 2012 also saw ICMA Centre students; Amy Ho, Juvereya Shoab, Yihan Zhou and Aaron Lam, receiving the prestigious Chancellor’s award, appointed to the University’s most talented students who achieved top marks in their School or subject area during the last academic year.
2012 saw us mark our 19th postgraduate intake as our biggest so far. The new students have now approached the end of their first term and we look forward to welcoming them back after the season’s holidays when they will start the spring term with Part 1 exams.
We also said goodbye to a few of our students graduating in December, and everyone at the ICMA Centre would like to congratulate you all and we hope you keep in touch via our LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
We would like to congratulate in particular Christos Mavrovitis, Ogonna Nneji, Vladimir Zdorovenin and Dimotris Korovilas for the hard work they put into their doctoral studies. Families, academic and administrative staff took time to come together and celebrate their success at a small reception organized at the ICMA Centre during the December Graduation Day.
To everyone at or involved with the ICMA Centre we would like to wish you all the very best for the New Year! Don’t forget to follow us on our Twitter account for regular updates and we look forward to an even more successful 2013!
|Published||8 January 2013|
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