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Posted Thursday 7 April 2022
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.
Posted Wednesday 6 April 2022
Kingston University has been shortlisted in five categories at the Student Nursing Times Awards. The nominations for the School of Nursing, which is rated number one in London in the latest Guardian University Guide, follows on from the 13 it has received over the last three years.
Posted Tuesday 5 April 2022
A Kingston University student is following in the footsteps of her family in the real estate industry after being named a regional finalist in the 2022 National Student Awards, hosted by Women in Property.
Posted Monday 4 April 2022
Kingston School of Art's Design School has launched a new scholarship named after a world-renowned studio founded by graduate Andrew Winch.
Posted Thursday 31 March 2022
A Kingston University nursing student's dreams of caring for people with learning disabilities have been made a reality after securing a scholarship through healthcare provider Salutem.
Posted Monday 28 March 2022
In January 2021, Kingston University re-launched its sustainability champion network scheme Green Impact. Green Impact is a United Nations award-winning programme designed to support environmentally and socially sustainable practices and behaviours and breaks down the often-complex world of sustainability into simple, meaningful, and manageable actions. The programme is entirely voluntary and open to all Kingston University staff members.
Posted Thursday 17 March 2022
A new model that demonstrates how solar panels could more effectively harness both electrical and thermal energy by addressing the issue of hotspots on solar cells has been developed as part of a study involving Kingston University.
Posted Wednesday 16 March 2022
A Kingston University dance student has choreographed a performance based on his lived experience as a carer for his younger brother and the sacrifices his mother had to make as a working single parent.