As the world grapples with the ongoing threat of Covid-19 and its effects, people across all sectors are systematically reacting and responding to the crisis. At the Kemmy Business School in the University of Limerick, a new online series of seminars aims to examine a post-Covid Ireland, asking how we can use this moment of crisis to shape a more sustainable future.
The series, which is run in conjunction with European Expo 2020, will discuss the economic, policy, and industry challenges resulting from Covid-19 and new opportunities we can explore, particularly in relation to leadership, sustainability and smart cities design.
Re-imagining Our Future Post-Covid will be delivered through Microsoft Teams live events and will be delivered by KBS and UL academics, as well as guest lecturers (including international speakers).
Speakers will be announced on the Monday of each week via email and on Twitter @BusinessAtUL.
- Thursday 3rd December
Leadership in the time of Covid-19 and resilience in the age of a pandemic
- Thursday 10th December
Our Environment: Creating a more sustainable Ireland post-Covid
- Thursday 17th December
Re-imagining our cities post-Covid: Smart cities, the urban environment and collective recovery
Link for Microsoft Teams live event will be distributed via email prior to each seminar.