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Women in rural Bangladesh bear burden for climate change costs, research by Kingston University finds

Posted Thursday 30 June 2022

Women in rural Bangladesh bear burden for climate change costs, research by Kingston University finds

Bangladeshi women are spending up to 30 per cent of their household's income on vital measures to protect their families from the devastating effects of climate change, new research by Kingston University has found. The developing country is frequently impacted by storms and flooding – as seen with the recent fatal flooding in the north-east of the country. Yet, in addition to the loss of life and impact on the population's health, environment and education, families are impacted financially, with women being the hardest hit.


Students mingle with politicians at House of Commons launch of Kingston University's Future Skills report

Posted Friday 24 June 2022

Students mingle with politicians at House of Commons launch of Kingston University's Future Skills report

Students who had the opportunity to attend the launch of Kingston University's latest Future Skills report at the House of Commons have shared their views about the value a skills-centred education has added to their own degree-level learning.


Collaborative project co-led by Kingston School of Art academic examines the role of the natural environment in migrant integration in the United Kingdom

Posted Tuesday 21 June 2022

Collaborative project co-led by Kingston School of Art academic examines the role of the natural environment in migrant integration in the United Kingdom

The two-year project will bring together evidence from previous studies, integration initiatives and creative practice, alongside innovative new place-based research in urban, peri-urban, and rural sites across the UK.


Kingston University's new Dean of Engineering, Computing and the Environment Professor Amir Alani emphasises importance of working with industry to advance research and learning

Posted Thursday 16 June 2022

Kingston University's new Dean of Engineering, Computing and the Environment Professor Amir Alani emphasises importance of working with industry to advance research and learning

The new Dean of Kingston University's Faculty of Engineering, Computing and the Environment, Professor Amir Alani, has highlighted the crucial role higher education has to play in ensuring advances in technology are harnessed to benefit society.


50th anniversary of Watergate scandal marked with virtual conference jointly organised by Kingston School of Art academic

Posted Thursday 16 June 2022

50th anniversary of Watergate scandal marked with virtual conference jointly organised by Kingston School of Art academic

Watergate Break-in: 50 Years Later brought together academics, authors and experts with some of the figures directly involved in the controversy that rocked American politics in the early 1970s.


Kingston University's pioneering and innovative academic expertise to be celebrated during annual Festival of Research

Posted Wednesday 15 June 2022

Kingston University's pioneering and innovative academic expertise to be celebrated during annual Festival of Research

The breadth and impact of research carried out across Kingston University and the contribution it makes to society will be celebrated during the institution's annual Festival of Research later this month.


Kingston University scoops joint honours in University Alliance Innovation Award as Town House hosts body's annual summit

Posted Wednesday 8 June 2022

Kingston University scoops joint honours in University Alliance Innovation Award as Town House hosts body's annual summit

Two academics from Kingston University have been named joint winners of University Alliance's Innovation Award as it played host to hundreds of higher education experts from across the United Kingdom at Town House for its annual summit.


PhD chemistry graduates tie the knot after Kingston University proves the perfect match

Posted Friday 27 May 2022

PhD chemistry graduates tie the knot after Kingston University proves the perfect match

A graduate husband and wife who realised they had a special chemistry after meeting in the first year of their Kingston University PhDs, have marked the completion of their studies crossing the stage to resounding applause in a ceremony at London's Twickenham Stadium. Tomris Coban, 30, and Cameron Robertson, 29, from Surbiton, south west London, met in the early stages of their three-year PhD programmes after being placed in the same research group in the University's Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing.

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