24th November 1999





A collection of management journals has been donated to the Hull Business School - one of just three institutions in the country to receive the honour.


The University of Lincolnshire & Humberside was chosen to house the collection by the Institute of Administrative Management (IAM), a national organisation which works in partnership with ULH on a degree programme.


Doreen Osuch, head of business and languages, said the journals would be used for research purposes and stored at the Cottingham Road campus library.


Ms Osuch and her colleagues Vince Dispenza, Jean Kellie, David Currie and Lynn Nichol have recently published a book to be used as a core text by admin management students across the country.


They wrote the book, ‘21st Century Administrative Management’, to support students on the IAM Advanced Diploma, a course that is proving popular as a distance learning programme and can take students into the third year of the BA (Hons) Administrative Management degree at ULH.


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