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HR expertise acknowledged August 24: Dr Vijay Pereira, a human resource management expert in Portsmouth Business School, has been elected executive board member of the Indian Academy of Management, an affiliate of the Academy of Management USA. The announcement was made at the recent Academy of Management conference in Vancouver. Dr Pereira is elected for a two-year term, and his appointment comes into force in December. Dr Pereira has a long career in senior HR positions, including with Indian Railways and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs as well as working as a consultant.
Prehistoric conference August 20: Flugsaurier 2015, the fifth international symposium on pterosaurs, is to be held at the University's School of Earth and Environmental Sciences from August 26-29. The conference, led by Dr David Martill, Reader in Palaeobiology, is a chance for all those with an interest in the flying prehistoric reptiles to come together to present research and collaborate. There will be talks, poster presentations, workshops on issues affecting pterosaur research, and a chance to examine pterosaur specimens.
Bouncing into profit July 17: Dr Chris Simms and Professor Paul Trott in Portsmouth Business School have won a £140,900 grant to help energy snack ball company Bounce Foods Ltd broaden its product range and start manufacturing in the UK. The company was launched by a health and fitness conscious couple in Australia a decade ago and now sells its products in the UK, Ireland, Scandinavia, Canada, New Zealand and the US.