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Next phase of Kingston University's sector-leading Future Skills programme preparing students for career success set for autumn launch

Posted Wednesday 17 April 2024

Next phase of Kingston University's sector-leading Future Skills programme preparing students for career success set for autumn launch

Another significant milestone in the roll out of Future Skills across Kingston University will see Explore modules launched for all second year courses this autumn.


Kingston University launches project to enhance pharmacy placement experience for students across London

Posted Wednesday 10 April 2024

Kingston University launches project to enhance pharmacy placement experience for students across London

Kingston University has joined forces with two other London universities to improve the placement experience of undergraduate pharmacy students, following funding from NHS England.


Kingston University expert Dr Elisabeth Carter serves as lead academic adviser on major government anti-fraud campaign

Posted Tuesday 26 March 2024

Kingston University expert Dr Elisabeth Carter serves as lead academic adviser on major government anti-fraud campaign

Associate Professor Dr Elisabeth Carter was invited to play a role in the Home Office's Stop! Think Fraud campaign after rising to prominence as a media commentator and heading a number of national working groups.


Employer engagement key to tapping into pipeline of emerging talent as school leavers consider future careers, Kingston University study finds

Posted Wednesday 20 March 2024

Employer engagement key to tapping into pipeline of emerging talent as school leavers consider future careers, Kingston University study finds

The report has identified that young job seekers generally had a clear picture of what they viewed as a good job, were eager for industry engagement, but are anxious about the impact of artificial intelligence and the robustness of the job market.


Neurodiversity Celebration Week: Kingston University launches pilot project to enhance learning environments for neurodivergent students

Posted Monday 18 March 2024

Neurodiversity Celebration Week: Kingston University launches pilot project to enhance learning environments for neurodivergent students

Kingston University has launched a pilot project to raise awareness of neurodiversity and make learning spaces more inclusive and supportive for neurodivergent students and staff. Recognising the value of neurodiversity as a natural aspect of human variation, the initiative seeks to foster inclusivity and support the diverse needs of all learners by understanding systemic barriers and attempting to remove them. It is led by Kingston's Inclusion and Social Justice Special Interest Group (SIG) and academics from the school of Education, Midwifery and Social Work and is supported by the Network of Equality Champions.


Kingston University makes major investment in advanced Nuclear Magnetic Resonance equipment to enhance research capabilities

Posted Tuesday 5 March 2024

Kingston University makes major investment in advanced Nuclear Magnetic Resonance equipment to enhance research capabilities

Top of the range chemical equipment that will allow more detailed analysis of complex mixtures and materials has been installed at Kingston University's School of Life Sciences, Pharmacy and Chemistry. Following an investment of almost £750,000, the University has purchased two high-end 400MHz and 600MHz Avance Neo Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) instruments. It has also acquired a CPMAS III solid-state NMR probe for the 400MHz instrument, supplied by industry partner Haleon Plc, that will enable analysis of solid materials using a powerful method known as Magic Angle Spinning.


Kingston University appoints specialist dyslexia tutor to give expert training to teaching students

Posted Wednesday 14 February 2024

Kingston University appoints specialist dyslexia tutor to give expert training to teaching students

A dyslexia expert has been appointed by Kingston University, as part of a joint project with charity Driver Youth Trust, to give initial teacher training students and partner schools the skills to support pupils who have challenges reading and writing. Caroline Bateman, who has been helping students who present with dyslexia achieve academically for almost 10 years and has dyslexia herself, has taken up a two-year appointment.


World's first microcomputer goes on display alongside range of other vintage computers in public exhibition at Kingston University

Posted Tuesday 13 February 2024

World's first microcomputer goes on display alongside range of other vintage computers in public exhibition at Kingston University

The world's first true microcomputer – the Q1 – has gone on display at a special public exhibition at Kingston University showcasing the early decades of computing.

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