Dr. Felicity Kelliher feels honoured to be appointed to her new role as member of the Irish Research Council which sustains a vibrant research community in Ireland.
Dr. Felicity Kelliher, Senior Lecturer in Management and Co-Chair of the RIKON research group at the SETU School of Business, has been appointed as a member of the Irish Research Council by the Minister for Skills, Research and Innovation, Damien English, TD.
A Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Kelliher's research focuses on small firm management and executive capability development and she supervises a number of doctoral students in this area.
She is also a Visiting Professor at Shanghai University (SHU), China, where she lectures on the MBA SHU programme, specialising in Business Entrepreneurship Planning and Strategic Business Development.
Speaking of her appointment Dr Kelliher said: “The Irish Research Council supports promising researchers in various disciplines and plays a key role in promoting research-led leadership, excellence and creativity. It seeks to enable and sustain a vibrant research community in Ireland, in order to address the broad skills and research needs within society and I am honoured to be appointed to this role."