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Interview with Matthew Banks from WWF

January 27, 2012


Matthew Banks is from Batch 2 (1998-1999) of LUMES. He works for World Wildlife Fund (WWF) from Washington D.C. where he is the Senior Program Officer for Business and Industry. The interviewer was Robert Isaksen from Batch 14 (2010-2012). This is a shortened version of the interview as I took written notes while talking on […]

LUMES theses 2012

January 4, 2012


“God fortsättning!” as we say here in Sweden There have been some Alumni who have showed interest in knowing what areas of research we are commencing. Below is a preliminary list of the students as well as their reserach areas/topics. Maybe you find something of interest in these areas? Bhagat, Sarita: Sustainable consumption and food […]

* The LUMES effect! *

December 16, 2011


Main Findings from the LUMES-Effect Making Change Happen-Project Six of us from batch 14, wanted to investigate what we call the “LUMES-effect”. We wanted to gain a better understanding of what capabilities and skills LUMES enhances and what factors contribute to this personal development. We conducted a survey of all LUMES alumni (batches 1 through […]

Adopt a LUMES

December 5, 2011


In the following is a message form another one of our making change happen groups. They have been working very much with the LUMES Alumni and want to incease the LUMES connections:   Calling all alumni and current students! Would you be interested in mentoring a current LUMES student or recent graduate? Would you like […]

LUMES Alumni Conference Interviews

November 24, 2011


Check out some cool films of student interviews from the 2011 LUMES Alumni Conference. A great opportunity to hear student’s thoughts about the positives of LUMES, why they care about the program and how it is personally special to them. Also a rare insight into the long academic history and international family of LUMES throughout the last 15 […]

Welcome Alumni!

November 3, 2011


Welcome to the all-new LUMES blog and channel! As students today we are grateful for the course you have helped map out together with the lecturers to create what LUMES is today. LUMES has a passion and drive which comes through its previous students, and is regenerated every time there is a new batch. You […]