The prestigious Brunel University Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Doctoral Research has been presented to Tamer Darwish, a doctoral student from Brunel Business School, during the Graduation Ceremony yesterday. The Vice Chancellor congratulated Tamer personally for his great achievement and presented him with a certificate and a cheque for £500.
Tamer conducted pioneering work in his thesis on the issue of links between HR practise and organisational performance in Jordan. During his tenure at BBS Tamer published 6 journal papers and won a best paper award in a conference in Singapore. His work has already begun to be cited and recognised by top academics and practitioners in the field.
Tamer has been supervised in his research by Dr Satwinder Singh and Prof Ruth Simpson, both excellent academics in Brunel Business School, who were proud to see Tamer’s hard work recognised in this way.
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