Award-winning artist and Kingston School of Art graduate Curtis Holder spoke of the importance of enjoying the creative journey, as he credited his time at the University with equipping him with the skills to succeed.
Kingston University researchers have used a mathematical model known as game theory to explore how the challenge of securing sufficient levels of vital personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic could have been mitigated.
Professor Helen Laville has been appointed Provost of Kingston University - a newly created position that will see her provide a single point of leadership for all academic endeavour at the institution.
A pioneering scheme run by Kingston University that supports young people from marginalised groups to have equal opportunities in higher education is marking its 15 year anniversary.
Emily Dawson was supported by KU Cares at Kingston University while caring for her mum and seven younger siblings. As part of the 15 year anniversary of the programme, Emily tells us in her own words the challenges she faced and how she managed them.
Dr Paul Micklethwaite, Susutainable Design MA course leader, has outlined some of the ways he is planning to make his festive period more sustainable.
A Kingston University graduate, whose children's books champion inclusivity and have helped young people deal with trauma, has been included in the BBC's list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2020.
Kingston University has topped off a year of widespread praise for boosting students' learning through its investment in campus facilities with its iconic Town House named runner up in the Guardian University Awards.
Kingston University's alumni, students and staff have continued to thrive despite the challenges of this year, showing resilience, innovation and community spirit.
The first ever virtual Kingston is Global event took place on Thursday 26 November 2020. Over 500 Kingston alumni, staff and students from over 50 countries registered. They learnt new skills, networked and celebrated being part of the Kingston community. Talks and workshops were led by Kingston experts, on topics from Covid-19 to squiggly careers. Kingston alumni also had the opportunity to reconnect in a series of regional reunions hosted throughout the day.
To mark International Day of People with Disabilities, staff and students from Kingston University's learning disabilities nursing department have been reflecting on how the coronavirus pandemic has affected those with learning disabilities mentally, physically, and socially.
The group have come together under the StoryBox Collective to show William Morris' ongoing influence in many creative disciplines. The exhibition, completed during the first lockdown, brings together artists, illustrators, designers, writers and poets based in London, Berlin, Bankok and Sardinia.
A Kingston School of Art fashion graduate has beaten fierce nationwide competition to join the womenswear runway design team for luxury fashion house Burberry.
Leksey Lee, Bella McEvoy, Amelia Fowler and Marta Pinto were recruited in a nationwide search to find the best recently graduated young creatives to help create the highly anticipated advert.
Sustainable Design MA graduate, Cibele Machado Fontoura has created B Susty, a programme for schools that supports teachers in delivering environmental and sustainability messages in the classroom. The Green Gown Awards recognise exceptional sustainability initiatives undertaken by universities and colleges across the world.
Climate change, Dostoyevsky and lockdown is the unlikely combination that saw a Kingston University postgraduate win a prestigious first novel award.
A world-renowned furniture designer and Kingston University alumnus has described his surprise at being awarded a CBE in the recent Queen's Birthday Honours List.
Racism in many forms, from overt discrimination to micro-aggression, exists at every level in the justice system and all lawyers have a responsibility to tackle it, eminent barrister Professor Leslie Thomas QC told students and academics during a return visit to his alma mater, Kingston University.
This month, the careers and employability service at Kingston University is launching ELEVATE - an accelerator programme designed to help provide Black (home) students with the support, guidance and tools to aim high and achieve their full potential. Here, careers and employability advisers Hawa Mansaray and Zion Sengulay discuss the reasons behind the development of the programme and how they hope it will help overcome some of the barriers black students face on their employment journey.
Kingston University has joined a ground-breaking higher education employability programme which aims to unlock the potential of autistic students and graduates and help them into full-time work.
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