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BSc Project Management for Construction graduate wins CIOB International Innovation & Research Award for undergraduate dissertation

BSc Project Management for Construction graduate wins CIOB International Innovation & Research Award for undergraduate dissertation

22 March 2016

Giacomo Mastantuono, BSc Project Management for Construction graduate, has won the CIOB International Innovation & Research Award for Undergraduate Dissertation.
Garden Bridge legacy subject of MSc Strategic Management of Projects guest lecture

Garden Bridge legacy subject of MSc Strategic Management of Projects guest lecture

16 February 2016

Rob Leslie-Carter, award-winning British engineer and Director of Arup, delivered a guest lecture to MSc Strategic Management of Projects students on Project Operational Legacy, using London’s proposed Garden Bridge as a case ...
School of Construction and Project Management academics win UCL Grand Challenges grant

School of Construction and Project Management academics win UCL Grand Challenges grant

A research team led by Hedley Smyth, Professor in Project Enterprises at The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management, has been awarded a UCL Grand Challenges grant to host a collaborative science ...
Moment: A year at The Bartlett 2014/2015

Moment: A year at The Bartlett 2014/2015

The Bartlett Annual Review: A personal message from our Dean, Alan Penn

Prof Andrew Davies calls for more innovation in the management of megaprojects


Professor Andrew Davies was featured in the Sunday Times on 2nd August, talking about his work on innovation in large UK infrastructure projects. Based on 10 years of research with leading executives ...

Building partnerships through the power of projects: IRNOP 2015 conference review

On June 21-24 The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management hosted the 12th IRNOP (International Research Network on Organising by Projects) conference. Led by two of our very own academic colossi ...

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UCL-Energy Seminar: 'International shipping GHG policy post-Paris Agreement, recent developments at IMO MEPC and their implications for the sector' with UCL-Energy Reader in Energy and Transport Tristan Smith and Director Safety & Environment, Chamber of Shipping David Balston

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'International shipping GHG policy post-Paris Agreement, recent developments at IMO MEPC and their implications for the sector' with UCL-Energy Reader in Energy and Transport Tristan Smith and Director Safety & Environment, Chamber of Shipping David Balston

24 May 2016

The seminar will look at the recent policy developments at the United Nations International Maritime Organisation (IMO) on the subject of targets for shipping, which was left out of the UNFCCC COP21 agreement ...
UCL ISR, UCL European Institute & UKERC panel discussion - In vs Out: an energy perspective

UCL ISR, UCL European Institute & UKERC panel discussion - In vs Out: an energy perspective

25 May 2016

On 23 June, Britain will go to the polls in a referendum on whether to stay in, or leave, the EU. At this panel discussion, experts and policy-makers will consider the implications of ...
Joint UCL-Energy and UCL STEaPP seminar: 'Evaluating the Paris Agreement's Mitigation Pledges' with Joe Aldy, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School

Joint UCL-Energy and UCL STEaPP seminar: 'Evaluating the Paris Agreement's Mitigation Pledges' with Joe Aldy, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School

02 June 2016

The 2015 Paris Agreement reflected an unprecedented breadth of participation in international climate policy, with some 185 countries comprising about 95% of global greenhouse gas emissions having submitted emission mitigation pledges. These so-called ...
UCL ISR Seminar: The Low Carbon Economy by Jaakko Kooroshy, Executive Director, GS SUSTAIN, Goldman Sachs

UCL ISR Seminar: The Low Carbon Economy by Jaakko Kooroshy, Executive Director, GS SUSTAIN, Goldman Sachs

15 June 2016

The talk explores how key low carbon technologies – solar PV, onshore wind, LEDs and electric vehicles – are reshaping competitive dynamics across global industries. While policy debates often centre on 2030 forecasts and 2050 ...