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Posted Friday 17 March 2023
Leading figures from the worlds of art and design, business and politics have shared their views about the vital role creative skills and design thinking will play in shaping the future of the United Kingdom at a major conference hosted by Kingston University. The impact of emerging technologies on the creative sector and the skills needed for the next generation of graduates to help drive a thriving national economy were key focuses of the annual Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD) conference.
Posted Wednesday 15 March 2023
Two Kingston University students who are young adult carers have shared their experiences of balancing their studies and caring responsibilities for Young Carers Action Day.
Posted Wednesday 8 March 2023
Staff and students from across Kingston University have come together and shared photographs of themselves demonstrating their commitment to this year's International Women's Day theme #EmbraceEquity.
Posted Monday 27 February 2023
A Kingston University PhD student and pharmacy expert has helped launch the UK's first tech-led LGBTQ+ sexual health service. Josh Wells is in the final year of PhD in behavioural diagnostics and now works in the role of Senior Clinical Lead at LVNDR Health, a company that offers specialised clinical support to those in the LGBTQ+ community. He also has an undergraduate and Masters degree from the University, and is a qualified pharmacist.
Posted Thursday 23 February 2023
Kingston University has announced the shortlist for this year's Big Read initiative.
Posted Thursday 9 February 2023
Two hi-tech pharmacy laboratories that will enable students to learn in a safe environment that simulates real-life healthcare settings have been opened at Kingston University by healthcare pioneer Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu. The simulation suites consist of a mock hospital ward, pharmacy dispensing suite and GP surgery, and are equipped with the latest technology including patient simulator mannequins that students can administer drugs to and monitor their pulse and breathing.
Posted Monday 6 February 2023
International student Athira Gangadharan, from India, is in her final year of a masters course in adult nursing at Kingston University. Here, she shares reflections on her elective placement at a male young offender institution.
Posted Friday 16 December 2022
Kingston University expert Dr Paty Paliokosta has outlined the importance of the work being undertaken by the Inclusion and Social Justice Special Interest Group.