CALL FOR CHAPTERS: Elevating Intentional Education Practice in Graduate Programs provides a framework for all graduate programs. This book implores educational leaders to evaluate performance metrics of educator quality, educational services, activities, technology, continuous improvement, educational leadership, and intentional education practice theory (IEPT) (teaching style). The objective is to improve graduate education and training programs with measurable outcomes to evaluate graduate educators, administrators, and programs.
Business and human rights are still often seen in opposition: companies hardly value the human toll of their profitable production; governments often fail to protect business-related human rights defenders. But responsible businesses can prevent potential damages and offer space for accountability and redress. States regulations and policies can shape business behaviour and help ensure human rights protection.
The National Postal Museum sponsors biennial prizes for recent scholarship on the history of the postal system in the United States and its territories, and their antecedents.
It aims at providing a robust contribution to the field of business and economics including multidisciplinary perspectives. Also, the conference creates a platform for academics across the globe. Please check registration details on the website.
Please join the British, Irish, and Empire Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin for "Brexit One Year On: The Politics of Brexit," the next session in our virtual speaker series, this Friday, April 22, at 10 .m.
Call for papers:
Firms, Wars, and Ethics in the Business History of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia
Esse quam videri: Marketing history for real
On Wednesday April 13, join the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation for the third session of our 2022 Innovative Lives program series, which highlights local inventors from the Washington, DC area!
Please join British, Irish and Empire Studies at the University of Texas at Austin at noon next Thursday, March 31, for our next Brexit One Year On VIRTUAL session, "The Role of 'Race' in Motivations to Leave: A Pre- and Post-Brexit Consideration." Criminologist Tina Patel explores the ways in
which considerations of race, whether overtly or covertly, played into the Brexit campaign and the 2016 vote to leave the EU. UT-Austin's Richard J.
Reddick will chair.
A Zoom meeting:
Mar 31, 2022 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada), 6 p.m. GMT