We are deeply saddened to share with you the devastating news that our dear friend and colleague Graham Dietz passed away a few days before Christmas following the aftereffects of a cardiac arrest. Everyone who knew Graham is shocked and our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Valeria and son Liam (aged 11).

On this page, we wish to honour Graham both as a colleague and as a friend. Many of you knew Graham well and shared many experiences with him at conferences, seminars and through collaborative projects. If you would like to post something about Graham, we invite and encourage you to do so on this page. Below is a tribute to Graham by one of his close colleagues.

Several people have requested details about Graham’s funeral. It will be held on Tuesday 6th January at 2pm at Durham Cathedral in Durham, England (a large, UNESCO-listed historic cathedral in the heart of Durham). Valeria Dietz warmly welcomes any of Graham’s colleagues to attend.

Finally, many of us have wanted to help and express our support to Graham’s family at this very difficult time. Working with Valeria Dietz, an education fund has been set up to help support Graham’s son Liam to realise his dream of attending a top UK university. Instead of sending flowers, you may wish to consider making a contribution to this education fund. Drbobhurley@gmail.com (see below for further details).

We are an international group of academics and practitioners, who are interested in the study of trust. Besides this website and the FINT newsletter, we also have a biannual EIASM Workshop on Trust.

Dear FINT Community,

It’s been a while but all the more we look forward to your latest news and announcements on trust research!

For our electronic newsletter “FINTnews” please send me your news items by 21 July 2014 by email g.moellering@jacobs-university.de

We include anything that is relevant to the trust research community, e.g. new publications, projects, calls for papers, events, job openings, career moves, awards, etc.

4-7 November 2014

Call for Papers

The 8th FINT Workshop on Trust Within and Between Organizations

First International Network on Trust

Coventry University, UK

Dear FINT Members,

Welcome to my last FINTnews edition and a new beginning!

After many rewarding years as Editor of FINTnews and FINTweb I have decided to give someone else the opportunity to edit these two great communication vehicles for FINT! In future please contact Prof. Dr. Guido Möllering, Tel +49-421-200-3035 Fax -3303 g.moellering@jacobs-university.de, who is recruiting the new Editor.

I have greatly appreciated getting to know everyone in FINT through FINTnews and look forward to keeping in touch via our new FINT LinkedIn Group!



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