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June 2024

Kingston School of Art Degree Show to showcase student creativity, innovation, and artistic expression in week-long exhibition

Posted Friday 7 June 2024

Kingston School of Art Degree Show to showcase student creativity, innovation, and artistic expression in week-long exhibition

The annual Degree Show opens on Saturday 8 June with a celebration of the creative talents of Kngston School of Art's final year students. The show is open for all to explore until Friday 14 June at Knights Park campus.


From nostalgic knitwear to playful silhouettes – Kingston School of Art fashion students showcase latest catwalk creations at end of year show

Posted Wednesday 5 June 2024

From nostalgic knitwear to playful silhouettes – Kingston School of Art fashion students showcase latest catwalk creations at end of year show

Kingston School of Art fashion students showcased their final year collections at a prestigous show in front of an audience of industry leaders and media influencers at their end of year catwalk show.


Blog: Kingston University expert explores challenges AI poses to democracy

Posted Wednesday 5 June 2024

Blog: Kingston University expert explores challenges AI poses to democracy

Ahead of an event exploring the intersection between democratic politics and the possibilities and challenges posed by artificial intelligence, Kingston University academic Dr Peter Finn reflects on some of the possible ways AI could affect the future of democracy.

May 2024

Mentors and students celebrate 15 years of Kingston University's Beyond Barriers programme

Posted Thursday 30 May 2024

Mentors and students celebrate 15 years of Kingston University's Beyond Barriers programme

Around 100 participants from this years Beyond Barriers mentoring programme gathered at Kingston University's stunning Town House building on Thursday evening to enjoy a double celebration. Mentors, mentees and university staff were gathered to mark the end of this year's programme and celebrate 15 years of Beyond Barriers student mentoring.


BBC newsreader and journalist Clive Myrie's memoir chosen as this year's Kingston University Big Read

Posted Wednesday 29 May 2024

BBC newsreader and journalist Clive Myrie's memoir chosen as this year's Kingston University Big Read

Everything is Everything by Clive Myrie has been selected as Kingston University's latest Big Read title.


Dr David Mackintosh reflects on wide-ranging career at Kingston University as he prepares to retire after 36 years

Posted Wednesday 29 May 2024

Dr David Mackintosh reflects on wide-ranging career at Kingston University as he prepares to retire after 36 years

In a career spanning three decades – from lecturer to leadership roles including Faculty Dean, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and, for a short spell, Acting Vice-Chancellor – it's fitting that Dr David Mackintosh has spent his final few years at Kingston in a role focused on shaping its future. As he retires as Pro Vice-Chancellor for Strategy this week, the father-of-three reflects on the huge change he has seen at the University during the past 36 years, as well as some of his proudest moments at Kingston.


Kingston University recognised for work to advance race equality

Posted Tuesday 28 May 2024

Kingston University recognised for work to advance race equality

Kingston University has been awarded a Bronze Race Equality Charter Mark recognising the institution's ongoing commitment and action to improve race equity for our staff and students. Advance HE's Race Equality Charter (REC) aims to help universities and research institutes in their work to improve the representation, progression and success of Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in higher education.


University celebrates achievements of its transformative Future Skills programme with students and staff at Town House event

Posted Monday 13 May 2024

University celebrates achievements of its transformative Future Skills programme with students and staff at Town House event

The achievements of Kingston University's sector-leading Future Skills work to prepare graduates for career success have been celebrated during a special all-staff event at Town House. Staff from across the institution came together to hear from students, module tutors and senior leaders about how the innovative new model of education was transforming teaching across the institution. The skills most valued by employers are being embedded across every year of every course informed by the research of the University's award-winning Future Skills campaign.

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