Professor David A. Kirby appointed as UWTSD Professor of Practice

The Harmonious Entrepreneurship Society is proud to announce Professor David A Kirby, holder of The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion, has been appointed as a ‘Professor of Practice’ at the University of Wales Trinity St David, Wales.

The University has a growing reputation in relation to sustainability, The Wellbeing of Future Generations Act, and the principle of ‘Harmony’. UWTSD has been developing policies and teaching related to sustainability for a number of years – and is now developing the philosophical notion of Harmony within the curriculum and in connection with the wider community.

The title of ‘Professor of Practice’ is bestowed upon an individual to honour and recognise that person for having attained academic and/or professional distinction in those disciplines which are aligned with the strategic intentions of the university.

Read the full press release here:
https://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/news/press-releases/press-2021/co-founder-of-the-harmonious-entrepreneurship-society-is-appointed-as-a-professor-of-practice-at-uwtsd.html

Congratulations David. We look forward to harmonious futures. From Felicity, & all at the Harmonious Entrepreneurship Society.


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