Professor David Collings Elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
DCU Business School is delighted to announce that David Collings, Professor of Human Resource Management and Associate Dean for Research at DCU, has been conferred a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
The Academy of Social Sciences is the national academy of academics, learned societies and practitioners in the social sciences.
As an Academy Fellow Professor Collings joins distinguished scholars and practitioners from academia and the public and private sectors working in Social Sciences.
All have been recognised after an extensive peer review process for the excellence and impact of their work through the use of social science for public benefit. This includes substantial contributions and leadership in various fields, including higher education, social, economic and environmental policy, government, law, charitable foundations and think tanks.
Prof. Collings is awarded this fellowship as “an eminent scholar with social science reach across business and management scholarship and practice.”
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