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October 2017

Kingston University launches new writers' centre where globe's top creative talent can share expertise with students and wider community

Posted Thursday 26 October 2017

Kingston University launches new writers' centre where globe's top creative talent can share expertise with students and wider community

A new literary cultural centre that will bring leading authors, poets and journalists together with students, staff and the local community has opened its doors at Kingston University.


Kingston University's UN law expert returns to Jamaica to advise government in cracking down on terror related activities

Posted Tuesday 24 October 2017

Kingston University's UN law expert returns to Jamaica to advise government in cracking down on terror related activities

The Jamaican Government has yet again sought the expertise of a Kingston University Law School academic to advise ministers on implementing measures to prevent the financing of terrorism. Dr Gauri Sinha's trip follows her initial visit to the Caribbean island in 2016, where she first helped shape the nation's legislation on anti-money laundering, in accordance with the laws set out in the United Nations Security Resolutions (UNSCR).


Design Museum rolls out runway for Kingston University MA Fashion graduates in 10 year anniversary show

Posted Tuesday 24 October 2017

Design Museum rolls out runway for Kingston University MA Fashion graduates in 10 year anniversary show

Cultural traditions, identity and an eye-catching array of Swarovski crystals took centre stage as Kingston University's graduating MA Fashion students showcased their latest collections on the catwalk at the Design Museum in London. A selection of 10 fashion designers from the University's Kingston School of Art postgraduate degree course unveiled their work at the event, which took place at the world's leading contemporary design museum to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the course.


Kingston University student volunteers make a difference with Lebara Foundation in community schools in India and Sri Lanka

Posted Monday 23 October 2017

Kingston University student volunteers make a difference with Lebara Foundation in community schools in India and Sri Lanka

Kingston University staff and students travelled to the slums of India and tea plantations of Sri Lanka to work amongst local communities as part of an annual cultural exchange programme run by the Lebara Foundation.


Virtual walk through Town House as local schools find out flagship building's potential

Posted Friday 20 October 2017

Virtual walk through Town House as local schools find out flagship building's potential

Representatives from key town stakeholders were able to get a glimpse of how the University's completed Town House building will look by watching a computer-generated 3D fly-through and taking a virtual walk around the building at a recent event.


Kingston University nursing student finds out about international patient safety at workshop in Japan

Posted Wednesday 18 October 2017

Kingston University nursing student finds out about international patient safety at workshop in Japan

A Kingston University nursing student travelled to Japan to share her experiences of healthcare in the United Kingdom with colleagues from across the globe at a prestigious international workshop.


Street party marks launch of Kingston School of Art with celebration of creativity, innovative thinking and student enterprise

Posted Thursday 12 October 2017

Street party marks launch of Kingston School of Art with celebration of creativity, innovative thinking and student enterprise

Artistic talent and the art school ethos took centre stage at an indoor street party to mark the launch of Kingston School of Art. Live caricaturists, commemorative printmaking and demonstrations of student design innovation were among the attractions for visitors on campus as the faculty reclaimed its 150 years of art school heritage.


Kingston University pays tribute to alumnus and architect of London Eye, David Marks

Posted Tuesday 10 October 2017

Kingston University pays tribute to alumnus and architect of London Eye, David Marks

David Marks, who designed the London Eye and British Airways i360 tower, has died at the age of 64, following a long illness.

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