Spotlight is an opportunity for the University to reflect on its 120-year history, to celebrate its achievements and contribution to society through the inspirational work of our staff and student body past and present.
The coronavirus outbreak has and will continue to have an impact on our University community, our local community and our partners, but Spotlight gives us the chance to look to the future, and highlight the work currently being undertaken across the University that will make a significant impact on the arts, science and technology – as well as the training of new teachers and health workers.
Further information about the different elements of Spotlight will be rolled out over the coming months. Keep an eye on social media for further information.
Many thanks to all those who have contributed so far... Let's continue to celebrate what we do best and shine a Spotlight on Kingston University.
Professor Steven Spier
The world's largest architecture festival, Open House London, is reopening the UK's capital city.
The annual event sees dozens of London boroughs throwing open their buildings for the public to explore. This year is online, but if you think you're done with all things virtual, think again. Kingston University is virtually showcasing the brand-new Town House alongside the Mill Street Building at Knights Park, Dorich House Museum and Stanley Picker Gallery.