Lent Lunchtime Talks: Listening and Learning
Thursday 9 March - Thursday 6 April 2017
This year's Lent series will explore the lessons that may be learned when the church engages with different aspects of contemporary society. Expert speakers will help us to examine the questions and issues that emerge in the dialogue between the Christian faith and five different facets of modern life. The talks take place in All Saints Church, Market Place, Kingston and run from 1.10pm–2.00pm. Each session will include plenty of time for questions and discussion.
Upgrade Masterclass: How to use LinkedIn for Business, Marketing, and Professional Networking
Wednesday 29 March 2017
Upgrade your LinkedIn skills with Law alumnus and Global Client Executive at LinkedIn, Mark Walton.
Dubai Alumni Dinner
Monday 10 April 2017
Alumni dinner in Dubai, hosted by Professor Ron Tuninga and Professor Martyn Jones.
Intro to Small Business Energy Efficiency and Funded Support
Thursday 27 April 2017
Join us for breakfast and receive free energy efficiency training from a Carbon Trust expert and explore some of the initiatives on offer that provide funded support and capital which aim to develop and grow your business.
Kingston Business Expo 2017
Wednesday 14 June 2017
Now in it's 5th year, the annual Kingston Business Expo is regarded as the only major business exhibition in the Royal Borough and embodies the single biggest networking opportunity of the year.
This lecture will be given by Dr Sylvia Collins-Mayo, sociologist of religion and Head of Department of Criminology and Sociology at Kingston University. It will explore theological perspectives on animals and the way in which they have been conceived of within the world of religion.
Postgraduate Drop-in Evening
Wednesday 21 June 2017
Our Postgraduate Drop-in Evenings are an excellent opportunity for you to meet our staff and talk to current students about postgraduate study at Kingston University.
Ken Russell: Perspectives, reception and legacy
Friday 14 July - Sunday 16 July 2017
A conference supported by the Kingston University Popular Culture Research Unit.