HP Galway and NUI Galway announces Masters Fellowship in Commerce

Pictured at the launch of the Masters Fellowship between NUI Galway and Hewlett Packard were (l-r): Mark Gantly, Managing Director, Hewlett-Packard Galway; Dr James Cunningham, Institute for Business, Social Sciences and Public Policy, NUI Galway; and Dr Chris Coughlan, Head of Cloud Computing Hewlett-Packard Galway.
Dec 22 2011 Posted: 09:51 GMT

Hewlett Packard Galway and NUI Galway recently launched a Masters Fellowship in Commerce as part of the 40thanniversary celebrations of HP Galway. This research based Masters Fellowship in commerce will examine the impact of HP Galway on the regional and national economy over the last 40 years.

The research will investigate the spill over effects of HP Galway in terms of the economic development of Galway, the Western region and nationally and will also focus on other impacts particularly the development of the ICT industry in Ireland, management capabilities, the creation of start-ups, educational support at secondary and teritary levels. 

Speaking on the launch of the fellowship Dr Chris Coughlan HP Galway “The forty years of Digital to HP in Galway had a profound and positive effect on Galway and Ireland, with this fellowship we hope to document and analyse this and apply the lessons learned to help industries to grow and increase employment.”

Dr James Cunningham, Director of the Institute for Business, Social Sciences and Public Policy added: “We are delighted to collaborate with Dr Chris Coughlan and his colleagues at HP Galway and this study will compliment our research activities at NUI Galway in understanding the impacts of HP Galway on Galway city and the region.”

Details of the masters fellowship are available at www.nuigalway.ie/cisc and the closing date for applications is the Wednesday, 18 January, 2012.



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