OCTOBER 28, 2020 IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Laidlaw Foundation is partnering with Cornell University to offer 25 exceptional students annually an Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholarship designed to develop a new generation of leaders who believe in evidence-based truths and [...]
Despite facing extreme educational challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic this year, our pupils at Laidlaw Schools Trust academies have demonstrated remarkable resilience and diligence, achieving excellent A-Level and GCSE results. We are incredibly grateful to the exceptional teachers, [...]
Laidlaw Foundation Sponsors Bite Back 2030’s Daily Cookalong Series to Show School Children How To Prepare Quick, Tasty and Affordable Lunches
Bite Back 2030 launches a daily cook-along series, Cook with Jack, to show children how to prepare quick, tasty and affordable lunches, sponsored by the Laidlaw Foundation. Cook With Jack will be shown every school day at 12pm live [...]
Columbia University Laidlaw Scholar Christina Lee becomes co-first author on paper about toxic protein
Christina Lee, a Laidlaw Scholar from Columbia University, is a co-first author on a scientific research paper about a toxic protein linked to Alzheimer's that was published in Cell. Laidlaw Scholar Christina Lee became a co-first author on a [...]
Oxford -- The Laidlaw Foundation will fund scholarships for women at Saïd Business School. The scholarships are intended to encourage extraordinary women with clear leadership potential to enrol onto the MBA programme when they would not have previously considered the qualification due to financial constraints.
We spend $5million a year removing one of the barriers to women in leadership. Here's 10 things every business leader could, and should, do this year to help smash the glass ceiling once and for all. On Saturday we [...]
The University of Leeds has announced ambitious plans to create a flagship building for students and staff at the heart of the western campus, supported by a generous gift from the Laidlaw Foundation.
Columbia Business School’s commitment to advance women in business gets a tremendous boost thanks to an additional $3 million in scholarships from the Laidlaw Foundation
New Columbia Business School dean and David and Lyn Silfen Professor of Business, Costis Maglaras, has made diversity, equity, and inclusion a top priority. “My vision is an inclusive, supportive culture that lifts up voices that have historically been underrepresented in business—and to provide post-graduation support to help them reach the C-suite. Our first step is to ensure that the School is financially accessible for all who wish to study here.” Inaugural Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Meyer Feldberg Professor of Business, Gita Johar, concurs. “I will focus on enhancing and expanding our gender and diversity initiatives. We must take a cohesive, consistent approach to achieve the best outcomes.”