New Chartered ABS Fellowships awarded

We are pleased to announce four new Fellows of the Chartered Association of Business Schools. Professor Georgina Andrews, Professor Julia Clarke, Dr Andrew Glanfield, and Professor Mark Hart have all received the award in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the Chartered ABS’s mission over the course of several years.

On presenting the awards at the Chartered ABS Annual Conference this week, Chair Professor Robert MacIntosh said “it has been an honour and a pleasure to work with the new Fellows, whose work has been an integral part of the value we've been able to deliver for our member business schools".

"We very much look forward to continuing to work with all our Fellows in the years ahead and hope this award can go some way to providing the recognition they deserve for their efforts and achievements."


Our new Fellows

Professor Georgina Andrews is Dean of Bath Business School and Vice-Provost of Bath Spa University, and is the past Chair of the Chartered ABS LTSE Committee. Georgina is also a past member of the Chartered ABS Council and is a regular speaker at our events. Proving a willing and expert contributor across many sectors, Georgina has and will continue to be a widely valued supporter of our work.





Professor Julia Clarke is Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wolverhampton and is past Chair of the Chartered ABS. Julia also served on the LTSE Committee, was a co-facilitator of LLT and is a TEF panel member. Despite no longer being “in a business school”, Julia remains a valuable contributor and regular speaker at Chartered ABS events.





Dr Andrew Glanfield is Director of Administration at Cardiff Business School and is a longstanding member of the Professional Managers’ Committee. Andrew has ‘hosted’ PMAC at Cardiff University. He is always a ready contributor to events and discussions within the Chartered ABS.





Professor Mark Hart is Deputy Director of the Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) and Associate Director of the Aston Centre for Growth, Aston Business School. Mark is one of a small handful of individuals who drove the creation of the Small Business Charter and was a long-term member of the SBC Management Board and a key supporter of the initiative with Government. Mark is a key adviser behind the Small Business Leadership Programme and drove the Leading to Grow Programme, the most recent Small Business Charter Government sponsored programmes.  Mark has worked tirelessly in support of the SBC and is a valued contributor to the work of the Chartered ABS.