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Dr Saima Rifet at the University of Bradford, School of Management, ‘who only started as a lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Bradford School of Management last month, has won the Academy of Management award for Best Dissertation of the Critical Management Studies Division 2016’, reports the University website.  It adds, ‘Dr Rifet graduated with a BSc in Psychology at the School of Social Sciences, following which she studied an MSc in Finance, Accounting and Management at the Faculty of Management and Law. As part of a placement on her next course, a PGCert in Entrepreneurship and Employability, Dr Rifet spent three months working at the Union at the University of Bradford in a project linked to the new sustainable student village (SSV) built on the city campus. Dr Rifet then took up a few projects at the University, including within the Ecoversity department, property developers involved with the SSV, and work with the previous Faculty of Management and Law Dean, Sarah Dixon. In September 2010 Sam started a PhD at the Faculty of Management Law after receiving funding from the Faculty’s Centre for Managerial Excellence run by ProfJackie Ford.’ click here.

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