Business and Management Staff
Staff teach a range of subjects including Business Management and Entrepreneurship. Staff roles and responsibilities, research interests and publications can be found on their staff profile page.
Head of School
Professor Elizabeth Gammie is Head of Aberdeen Business School with teaching interests in a variety of accounting and research related modules.
Dr. Omowunmi is a Lecturer in Aberdeen Business School. She is engaged in undergraduate teaching programmes linked to economics concepts and principles.
Dr. Abhishek Agarwal is a Senior Lecturer in management within Aberdeen Business School. He has overall responsibility for the full time MBA Oil & Gas Management and MBA. Abhishek's research interests are in management, strategy, planning and policy processes and trends shaping the businesses environment and more specifically the energy sector.
Professor Anderson is the Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Theme Leader for the Business and Enterprise research group. His research interests are in Social aspects of Entrepreneurship and SMEs.
Colin Bell is a Lecturer in Management. His research interest is in the field of change management in the oil and gas industry, such as Application of Lean/ Sigma6 solutions to O&G problems .
Ian is a Senior Lecturer and MBA Director. He is the Course Leader for Executive Part-time MBA programmes at Aberdeen Business School.
Erica Cargill is a Senior Lecturer in Management. She is also Programme Leader of the Undergraduate Management Programme.
Kirsteen Close is a Lecturer in Management.
Dr James Cunningham is a lecturer in management at Aberdeen Business School and head of year for the level four management programmes.
Dr Simon Fraser is a senior lecturer in Entrepreneurship, he is also responsible for collaborative partnerships with global institutions.
Professor Heather Fulford is the DBA Director at Aberdeen Business School and a member of the university Research Degrees Committee. She is also the Moderator for the RGU management and business degree programmes at Bénédict BVS Business School in Zurich, Switzerland.
David Gibbons-Wood is a lecturer and Director of the Centre for International Labour Market Studies. His research interests are in employment, education and local, national and international labour market policy.
Lecturer in Entrepreneurship
Professor Greenwood is a Professor of European Public Policy and a visiting Professor at the College of Europe. His research specialism is EU interest representation.
Susan Lawrie is a Teaching Fellow and is course leader for the Part-time Business Management, Graduate Certificate in Management Studies and Graduate Certificate in Project Management courses.
Dr Iain MacLeod is a Lecturer in the Aberdeen Business School.
Dr Charles Maddison is a Senior Lecturer at Aberdeen Business School and Course Leader for Energy Management.
Seonaidh is a Professor in Aberdeen Business School.
Brian Miller is a part time lecturer at Aberdeen Business School, he is currently involved in delivery of the Oil & Gas Management modules.
Amar Nayak is a Research Assistant at Aberdeen Business School.
Professor Adam Ogilvie-Smith is a visiting professor at the Aberdeen Business School. His teaching interests lie in the areas of Management Consultancy, Organisation Review, Organisational Development, Strategy, Marketing and Business Continuity.
Visiting Lecturer - teaching Technology Strategy on the Aberdeen Business School MBA Programme.
Alongside his role as a research professor, Ken is responsible for teaching in the realms of strategy, leadership, culture & change, innovation and consultancy. He has a portfolio of doctoral students (PhD and DBA) that mirror these themes.
Brian Scroggie is a lecturer at Aberdeen Business School. His teaching interests are in the areas of Treasury, Corporate Finance and Financial Markets.
Professor of Energy Policy and Environmental Management
Dr Bill Sutherland is a lecturer at Aberdeen Business School and is Learning Enhancement Co-ordinator for corporate programmes.
Charlie Weir is Emeritus Professor of Economics. His research interests are in corporate governance and agency issues.
Dr Lin Xiong is a lecturer at Aberdeen Business School and teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate economics modules.