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Cosmologists' papers most read August 27: Two Portsmouth cosmologists' research papers were in the top five of the Royal Astronomical Society’s most read online papers for July. One paper, by Dr Karen Masters, was the most popular all month. Both Portsmouth papers focus on Galaxy Zoo, a crowd-sourced astronomy project which invites people to help classify large numbers of galaxies.
Expatriate research shortlisted August 21: Research by Dr Liza Howe-Walsh, of Portsmouth Business School, on employees who work abroad has been shortlisted for an award by the Forum for Expatriate Management. The Forum is the largest global network for practitioners working with expatriates and its awards, the Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs), are widely seen as the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. Dr Howe-Walsh carried out her research as part of her Professional Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) studies.
Best symposium award August 11: Researchers Dr Liza Howe-Walsh and Dr Sarah Turnbull have won best international symposium at the Academy of Management. Their symposium 'Bursting Pipeline: Gender, HR, And Avenues For Regional Development in The Arab Middle East' won the 2014 Emerald Best International Symposium Award in Philadelphia, USA.