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TikTok campaign to inspire environmental action among secondary school pupils unveiled by Kingston School of Art students

Posted Tuesday 3 May 2022

TikTok campaign to inspire environmental action among secondary school pupils unveiled by Kingston School of Art students

Two illustration animation students from Kingston School of Art have produced a TikTok campaign to encourage secondary school pupils to recycle and highlight ways of reducing wasteful habits among their peers.

April 2022

Kingston University's School of Nursing welcomes new leadership team

Posted Thursday 28 April 2022

Kingston University's School of Nursing welcomes new leadership team

Two highly respected nurses with more than 70 years' combined experience across the profession and nursing education have been appointed to lead Kingston University's School of Nursing.


Kingston University engineering students set to put new racing car through its paces ahead of this year's Formula Student competition

Posted Thursday 28 April 2022

Kingston University engineering students set to put new racing car through its paces ahead of this year's Formula Student competition

Preparations for this year's Formula Student competition are well underway, with student engineers from Kingston University getting ready to take on teams from around the globe at Silverstone in July. Last year, the Kingston Racing team secured the institution's best-ever finish after a fantastic effort in the endurance event at the home of British motorsport. It helped take Kingston University to seventh place overall, a huge improvement on the previous finish of 69th place out of 80 in the 2019 event.


Make Film History opens up BBC Archive to 50 young filmmakers to mark BBC centenary

Posted Wednesday 27 April 2022

Make Film History opens up BBC Archive to 50 young filmmakers to mark BBC centenary

Young filmmakers will be given access to 150 films from BBC Archive to creatively reuse in short films in a project led by Kingston University. The Make Film History project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) in collaboration with BBC Archive, will see 50 new films created by young filmmakers aged between 16 and 30.


Kingston University's Town House carries off highest accolade in European architecture, winning prestigious EU Mies van der Rohe Award

Posted Tuesday 26 April 2022

Kingston University's Town House carries off highest accolade in European architecture, winning prestigious EU Mies van der Rohe Award

Kingston University's Town House building has been named winner of the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award, the highest accolade in European architecture. The latest recognition for Town House places the landmark building in illustrious company as one of only three UK winners of the prestigious European Union prize. Its success also marks the first time a university building has won the award and cements its international status after it carried off the coveted RIBA Stirling Prize in 2021.


Physiotherapy programme improves walking in people with poor leg circulation, study by Kingston University and St George's, University of London academic finds

Posted Tuesday 12 April 2022

Physiotherapy programme improves walking in people with poor leg circulation, study by Kingston University and St George's, University of London academic finds

Adults with poor leg circulation who took part in one-to-one physiotherapy sessions that aimed to improve motivation and commitment to walking exercise were able to walk further than those who received usual NHS care alone, new research involving Kingston University and St George's, University of London researchers has found.


Kingston University students compete for sporting supremacy in Varsity 2022

Posted Friday 8 April 2022

Kingston University students compete for sporting supremacy in Varsity 2022

After a hiatus since 2019 Varsity made a welcome comeback as Kingston University took on City, University of London in 19 fixtures across 11 sports over four days. Team Kingston, made up of sports teams from across the University were beaten 12-7 by City in the overall standings but there were some great team performances in all sports.


Kingston University appoints Dr Martin Davies as Pro Vice-Chancellor to lead knowledge exchange and innovation activity

Posted Thursday 7 April 2022

Kingston University appoints Dr Martin Davies as Pro Vice-Chancellor to lead knowledge exchange and innovation activity

A knowledge exchange leader with a track record of developing long-standing, impactful collaborations between universities, businesses and external organisations has been appointed to a senior role at Kingston University. Dr Martin Davies will join Kingston in May as Pro Vice-Chancellor for Knowledge Exchange and Innovation.

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