Neil’s appointment will advance research and understanding of social enterprises in the province
Dr Neil Stott and his colleague Prof. Paul Tracey from Cambridge University’s Judge Business School have been appointed adjunct professors at the Faculty of Business Administration, Memorial University, Newfoundland and Labrador’s University, Canada, effective July 1.
Dr Isabelle Dostaler, dean of the business faculty, Memorial University said:
“Both Prof. Tracey and Dr Stott are respected scholars in the area of social innovation, and the business faculty and the Centre for Social Enterprise will benefit greatly from this relationship.”
“We quickly realized that Newfoundland and Labrador is an amazing place, not least in its rugged beauty. In rising to numerous challenges, including overcoming exploitation such as in the merchant system in the fishing industry and economically shattering events like the cod moratorium, Newfoundland and Labrador has been at the forefront of what we now call ‘social innovation.’”
Dr Stott and Prof. Tracey are co-directors of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.
Read the full article on Memorial University’s website
About Dr Neil Stott
Dr Neil Stott is a Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice, director of the Master of Studies in Social Innovation Programme and Co-Director of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Neil is a Fellow of the Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society and adjunct professor, Faculty of Business Administration, Newfoundland, Canada. In 2017, he won the University of Cambridge Vice-Chancellor's Public Engagement with Research Award. Neil was Chief Executive of Keystone Development Trust until April 2015. Prior to KDT he worked in local government, charities and community projects. Read Neil’s full profile here