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Kingston University to lead Advance HE-funded project into how inclusive cultural change can be supported through student engagement

Posted Monday 7 March 2022

Kingston University to lead Advance HE-funded project into how inclusive cultural change can be supported through student engagement

Kingston University has secured funding from Advance HE to lead a project exploring how student engagement programmes can help drive inclusive cultural change across the sector.


Kingston University students' entrepreneurial spirit shines in Bright Ideas 2022 grand final

Posted Thursday 3 March 2022

Kingston University students' entrepreneurial spirit shines in Bright Ideas 2022 grand final

The seventeenth annual Bright Ideas final saw Kingston University students pitch their business ideas before a group of expert investors in a Dragons' Den-style competition. The People's Choice winner was Farah Nehme with her concept, Family Playhouse – an educational toy for children over the age of three which informs about non-traditional family dynamics.


National response to domestic abuse and child protection to be researched during partnership study involving Kingston University

Posted Thursday 3 March 2022

National response to domestic abuse and child protection to be researched during partnership study involving Kingston University

A partnership study involving Kingston University aiming to better understand and enhance the UK's response to domestic abuse and child protection is being launched, thanks to funding from the Nuffield Foundation.


Personality traits influence whether we shop fair trade, new Kingston University research reveals

Posted Wednesday 2 March 2022

Personality traits influence whether we shop fair trade, new Kingston University research reveals

New research from a Kingston University expert shows people with one of three personality traits are more likely to support the fair trade concept. The findings highlight the potential benefits of using personality-based marketing to sell fair trade products.


LGBT+ History Month: Inclusive Curriculum Lead, Tamara Reid shares her two moments of hope and liberation

Posted Friday 25 February 2022

LGBT+ History Month: Inclusive Curriculum Lead, Tamara Reid shares her two moments of hope and liberation

Kingston University's Inclusive Curriculum Consultants Programme Lead, Tamara Reid, shares her journey as a Black, Queer Christian and how two meaningful experiences helped her reconcile her true self.


Psychological distress higher in UK than other countries during pandemic, finds new survey involving Kingston University academic

Posted Friday 25 February 2022

Psychological distress higher in UK than other countries during pandemic, finds new survey involving Kingston University academic

The UK had the highest levels of psychological distress in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic compared with other economically developed nations, according to new research by Kingston University in partnership with London South Bank University (LSBU) and Imperial College Business School.


Kingston University's Town House one of five finalists for prestigious European Union contemporary architecture prize

Posted Wednesday 16 February 2022

Kingston University's Town House one of five finalists for prestigious European Union contemporary architecture prize

Kingston University's RIBA Stirling Prize winning Town House building is one of five leading European projects on the final shortlist for this year's European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award. The landmark building on the Penrhyn Road campus was designed by Grafton Architects and named Britain's best new building by the Royal Institute of British Architects in October last year.


Blog: 40 years of the Brit Awards – are we finally reaching equality?

Posted Tuesday 8 February 2022

Blog: 40 years of the Brit Awards – are we finally reaching equality?

Kingston University's Head of Performing Arts, Helen Minors, blogs about the introduction of genderless categories at the 2022 Brit Awards and ask whether it is a progressive step forward or a possible barrier to real equality.


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