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#PeaceBell Kick-off in the Austrian Parliament

#PeaceBell Kick-off in the Austrian Parliament

On March 9, our second semester International Management & Leadership students were invited to a “Peace workshop” in the Austrian Parliament by Member of the Parliament Mag. Martin Engelberg. The workshop primarily served to kick off the Peacebell project within the framework of the course Empirical Research Methods.

Collaboration with the Social City Vienna

Collaboration with the Social City Vienna

For this year’s course, LBS Senior Lecturer for Research Methods, Dr. Verena Régent, found a particularly interesting partnership: Together with the Viennese organization “Social City Wien”, the Irish/American musician and artist Michael Patrick Kelly will create a #Peacebell for the city of Vienna.

The Age of Prototyping

The Age of Prototyping

On December 3, 2019, LBS hosted the 6th fireplace talk out of a talk series organized by FHWien der WKW and LBS in the frame of a collaborative project (“[email protected]”) funded by the City of Vienna, MA23. As an essential part of the project, the fireplace...
Our Latest Faculty Exchange

Our Latest Faculty Exchange

Lauder Business School students, staff and faculty have the opportunity to participate in the Erasmus+ mobility program and visit one of our partner universities in Israel: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, IDC Herzliya, and Bar-Ilan University. Check out this...
Why Become a Graduate Research Assistant at LBS

Why Become a Graduate Research Assistant at LBS

Anne Bailey, LBS master’s student from the International Management and Leadership program, acted as a graduate research assistant (GRA) in the winter semester 2018/19 and will continue to do so in the upcoming summer term. She described her position as a great...
Exciting Guest Lecturers in our Banking Classes

Exciting Guest Lecturers in our Banking Classes

Lauder Business School and our faculty always strive to include the latest business developments, thereby putting great emphasis on the relevance of the curricula to current trends in the job market. One of the ways we achieve this is by inviting top experts from relevant fields to deliver their professional insights in class.