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December 2017

Kingston School of Art's Dr Azadeh Fatehrad showcases the work of legendary Iranian filmmaker Sohrab Shahid Saless

Posted Friday 1 December 2017

Kingston School of Art's Dr Azadeh Fatehrad showcases the work of legendary Iranian filmmaker Sohrab Shahid Saless

An artist and curator from Kingston School of Art has explored her Iranian heritage to create an exhibition dedicated to the films of visionary filmmaker Sohrab Shahid Saless. Joining forces with the prestigious Goethe-Institut and the Munich Film Museum, Dr Azadeh Fatehrad has overseen a series of screenings and conferences on Saless's work based at the German Cultural Institute's Central London headquarters.


Inspirational Kingston University postgraduate student and educator picks up top honour at Social Worker of the Year Awards

Posted Friday 1 December 2017

Inspirational Kingston University postgraduate student and educator picks up top honour at Social Worker of the Year Awards

A Kingston University Masters student who juggles studying and teaching with a full-time job as a manager for a social enterprise company has been honoured at the Social Worker of the Year Awards. Lynn Lock was named Practice Educator of the Year for her role in successfully motivating students to develop their careers in social work.Having first joined Kingston University in 2001 when she completed a degree in criminal justice studies with a diploma in social work, Lynn is currently studying part-time for her Masters in Professional Education and Training at the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, run jointly by Kingston University and St George's, University of London.

November 2017

Kingston University's Big Read project scoops Times Higher Education Award for Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year

Posted Thursday 30 November 2017

Kingston University's Big Read project scoops Times Higher Education Award for Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year

Kingston University's Big Read project has carried off one of the top honours at this year's Times Higher Education awards.


Kingston University showcase facilities to Korean delegation during visit organised through link up with Kingston Chamber of Commerce

Posted Monday 27 November 2017

Kingston University showcase facilities to Korean delegation during visit organised through link up with Kingston Chamber of Commerce

The importance of developing strong global partnerships was highlighted by Kingston University's Pro Vice-Chancellor for International Professor Ron Tuninga after the institution hosted a delegation of key business leaders from South Korea.


Kingston University named among top 500 institutions globally for clinical and health education by Times Higher Education

Posted Friday 24 November 2017

Kingston University named among top 500 institutions globally for clinical and health education by Times Higher Education

Kingston University has been named one of the globe's top 500 institutions for clinical, pre-clinical and health subjects in the Times Higher Education's World University rankings.


Kingston University's Stanley Picker Gallery Fellow Oreet Ashery wins Film London Jarman Award for web series exploring death in the digital age

Posted Thursday 23 November 2017

Kingston University's Stanley Picker Gallery Fellow Oreet Ashery wins Film London Jarman Award for web series exploring death in the digital age

An experimental film and web series developed by visual artist Oreet Ashery for her Stanley Picker Gallery fellowship at Kingston University has scooped a prestigious filmmaking award.


Kingston University symposium shines spotlight on work of king of horror fiction Stephen King

Posted Thursday 23 November 2017

 Kingston University symposium shines spotlight on work of king of horror fiction Stephen King

Kingston University has hosted a one-day symposium on the work of the world's foremost horror fiction writer, Stephen King.


Kingston University researchers warn young people to adopt cautious approach to alcohol as study finds they struggle to detect strength of drinks

Posted Friday 17 November 2017

 Kingston University researchers warn young people to adopt cautious approach to alcohol as study finds they struggle to detect strength of drinks

Researchers from Kingston University have warned that young people could be at risk of consuming more alcohol than they can handle, after a study found they are often unable to detect how strong their drinks are.

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