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From wooden giraffe toys to a new future for concrete: Kingston University PhD student's presentation earns place in Three Minute Thesis national final

Posted Thursday 9 September 2021

From wooden giraffe toys to a new future for concrete: Kingston University PhD student's presentation earns place in Three Minute Thesis national final

A postgraduate engineering student whose research could help drive sustainable innovations in the concrete industry has reached the national final of this year's Vitae Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition – with a little help from a childhood toy. Ana Pavlovi?, from Belgrade in Serbia, has been exploring the use of a common volcanic rock, basalt, as an emerging alternative material to steel for reinforcing concrete structures as part of her PhD, having already completed a Masters degree at Kingston University and a second Masters at the University of Belgrade.


Kingston University named Client of the Year by RIBA London, with Town House and Mill Street Building receiving regional awards

Posted Tuesday 31 August 2021

Kingston University named Client of the Year by RIBA London, with Town House and Mill Street Building receiving regional awards

Kingston University's commitment to design excellence has been recognised in the annual Royal Institute of British Architects' London Region Awards, which has seen it scoop the regional Client of the Year accolade alongside individual awards for two of its buildings.


Kingston University student who worked on frontline during Covid-19 pandemic shortlisted for learning disability nursing award

Posted Wednesday 25 August 2021

Kingston University student who worked on frontline during Covid-19 pandemic shortlisted for learning disability nursing award

A Kingston University learning disability nursing student has been shortlisted for a prestigious accolade at this year's Student Nursing Times Awards. Martina Gomez has been nominated for the Student Nurse of the Year: Learning Disabilities award. She was recognised for her passion and drive to address inequalities people with learning disabilities face, taking multiple leadership roles to nurture and inspire her peers and her work on the frontline during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Kingston School of Art dance students perform first live show since start of pandemic as part of Stanley Picker Gallery fellowship project

Posted Tuesday 17 August 2021

Kingston School of Art dance students perform first live show since start of pandemic as part of Stanley Picker Gallery fellowship project

Dance students from Kingston School of Art have taken part in their first live performance in 18 months as part of Ben Judd's fellowship project at Kingston University's Stanley Picker Gallery.


Kingston University expert advises exam result recipients to make most of degree opportunities by exploring options through Clearing

Posted Wednesday 11 August 2021

Kingston University expert advises exam result recipients to make most of degree opportunities by exploring options through Clearing

Kingston University's Clearing hotline has been buzzing since A-level results day, with hundreds of applicants keen to secure a place on a degree course in the coming academic year.


‘A solution can always be found and we are on your side' – Kingston University Clearing student turned hotline operator says

Posted Monday 9 August 2021

‘A solution can always be found and we are on your side' – Kingston University Clearing student turned hotline operator says

Veronica Oprisan decided to change paths from musical theatre to business psychology and secured her place through Clearing at Kingston University. One year later, she is now working as a hotline operator where she hopes to reassure others with a similar dilemma on A-level results day.


Handyman turned construction management student thrives after coming to Kingston University through Clearing

Posted Thursday 5 August 2021

Handyman turned construction management student thrives after coming to Kingston University through Clearing

A former handyman took his electrics and plumbing skills to Kingston University to further his career on a BSc Construction Engineering Management degree. After doing a foundation year in civil engineering, Adam Segayer was looking to further his studies and came to Kingston University through clearing.


Kingston University's Dr Nicholas Freestone awarded National Teaching Fellowship for longstanding commitment to improving student experience

Posted Thursday 5 August 2021

Kingston University's Dr Nicholas Freestone awarded National Teaching Fellowship for longstanding commitment to improving student experience

An award-winning Kingston University biosciences lecturer whose approach to teaching has helped remove barriers and enhance outcomes for students has been recognised with a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship.


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