Business School academic wins British Academy of Management award

Dr Sumona Mukhuty’s development paper ‘highly commended’ at BAM conference

Sumona Mukhuty and Nikos Bozionelos

Dr Sumona Mukhuty with co-author Professor Nikos Bozionelos (Emlyon Business School, France)

This year’s British Academy of Management (BAM) conference saw Dr Sumona Mukhuty, Principal Lecturer at Manchester Met Business School, presented with a Highly Commended Developmental Paper Award in the Human Resource Management Track.

The paper, entitled United Nations Civilian Personnel in UN Hot Spots: Coming Back for More, was co-authored with Nikos Bozionelos, Professor of International Humand Resource Management at Emlyon Business School, France.

In congratulating Sumona, Professor Janet Haddock-Fraser, Acting Head of the Department of Strategy, Enterprise and Sustainability, described the award as ’a fantastic achievement’.

BAM’s 31st annual conference, widely regarded as a prestigious international event for business and management academics, was held at Warwick Business School in September 2017.

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