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Duty, Dennis J. and Brooks, Ruth (2017) This is how to stop students dropping out of university. The Conversation. ISSN 2044-5032


Brooks, Ruth and Duty, Dennis J. (2016) Ten tips to help students become more employable. The Conversation. ISSN 2044-5032

Duty, Dennis J. and Analoui, Bejan David (2016) Students' experience of Working in Diverse Engineered Groups: Panacea or Pandora's Box? In: University Forum for Human Resource Development, 8th -10th June 2016, Manchester Metropolitan University. (Unpublished)


Duty, Dennis J. (2015) Retention-What Really works? In: Annual Retention Forum, September 17th 2015, The Business School. (Unpublished)


Duty, Dennis J. (2011) Seven years at the coal-face: the retention phenomenon through the lens of a year tutor. Doctoral thesis, University of Huddersfield.


Duty, Dennis James (2010) The use of information technology and social media to support transition. In: 5th Annual Student Retention and Progression Conference, 20th April 2010, The Bloomsbury Hotel, London W1. (Unpublished)

Duty, Dennis J. (2010) It’s not them it’s us: Adapting the institution to enhance student success and improve retention. In: What Works? Student Retention and Success, Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th March 2010, University of York, UK. (Unpublished)


Duty, Dennis J. (2006) From Non-Traditional to Individual: looking beyond the stereotypes by developing a systematic approach to first year retention and progression. In: Student Retention, Progression and Social Inclusion, 1st - 2nd September 2006, Bath Spa Univiserty. (Unpublished)


Duty, Dennis J. (1999) Design of an integrated throughput based control and information system for a medium sized textile manufacturer. In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Stimulating Manufacturing Excellence in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMESME). Plymouth: Manufacturing and Business Systems Research Group, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, pp. 271-281. ISBN 1841020354

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