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Posted Thursday 3 August 2023
Two Kingston University academics from the Faculty of Health, Science, Social Care and Education have been recognised with prestigious National Teaching Fellowships (NTF) by Advance HE for their contributions to inclusive teaching and enhancing the student experience. The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme celebrates and recognises individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession in higher education.
Posted Tuesday 13 June 2023
Gender equality, explorations of ancestry and the use of clothing to embrace sexual identity are some of the inspirations behind final-year collections set to hit the catwalk at this year's Kingston School of Art BA (Hons) Fashion show.
Posted Monday 27 March 2023
Pioneering British activist Dr Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, also known as Lady Phyll, has spoken to Kingston University staff and students as part of LGBT+ History Month celebrations.
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 Wednesday 17 August 2022
A Kingston University alumnus is the creator and writer behind a new animated show on Netflix called Dead End: Paranormal Park, which explores LGBTQ+, mental health, and neurodivergent lived experiences.
Posted Thursday 26 May 2022
Best-selling author and Kingston University alumnus Phil Stamper is set to thrill students, staff and alumni with his debut novel The Gravity of Us, which has been selected as this year's Big Read.
Posted Wednesday 30 March 2022
More positive LGBT+ role models needed in schools and universities to support students, campaigner on visibility and inclusion tells Kingston University audience
Posted Friday 25 February 2022
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.