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Early years expert plays key role in Department for Education project to help toddlers' skills development hindered by Covid-19 pandemic

Posted Monday 26 February 2024

Early years expert plays key role in Department for Education project to help toddlers' skills development hindered by Covid-19 pandemic

An early years expert from Kingston University is playing an important role in a Department for Education (DfE) programme to help young children develop language and social skills impeded during the Covid-19 pandemic.


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.


Syrian academic graduates with PhD from Kingston University after fleeing war-torn country

Posted Tuesday 13 February 2024

Syrian academic graduates with PhD from Kingston University after fleeing war-torn country

A female scientist has been awarded a PhD from Kingston University, four years after fleeing her home country due to ongoing armed conflict.


App to help nurses crowned People's Choice winner at Kingston University's Bright Ideas competition

Posted Monday 12 February 2024

App to help nurses crowned People's Choice winner at Kingston University's Bright Ideas competition

An innovative solution designed to help nurses reduce their workload and provide the best care was crowned the People's Choice winner at this year's Kingston University Bright Ideas competition.


Kingston University announces 17 innovative projects to receive Seedcorn funding

Posted Tuesday 6 February 2024

Kingston University announces 17 innovative projects to receive Seedcorn funding

In 2024 Kingston University is funding 17 Seedcorn Innovation projects at a value of £156,500 in support of innovative, knowledge exchange projects with commercial potential or with potential for further funding in collaboration with business partners.


Kingston University plays key role in BIG South London Creative and Digital Innovation Cluster launch, spotlighting support and opportunities for business growth

Posted Tuesday 23 January 2024

Kingston University plays key role in BIG South London Creative and Digital Innovation Cluster launch, spotlighting support and opportunities for business growth

The BIG South London Creative and Digital Innovation Cluster is bringing together small and medium-sized enterprises, sole traders and graduates keen to establish a foothold in the creative industries or digital technology space.


Kingston University leads research into local digital public health campaigns

Posted Monday 22 January 2024

Kingston University leads research into local digital public health campaigns

Kingston University academics and staff from the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames' Department of Health Behaviours and Public Health Services have published an evaluation of the effectiveness of a series of locally-led digital public health campaigns.


Kingston University receives Royal Society of Chemistry funding to help diversity drive in chemical sciences

Posted Thursday 18 January 2024

Kingston University receives Royal Society of Chemistry funding to help diversity drive in chemical sciences

Kingston University has received almost £100,000 funding from the Royal Society of Chemistry to help create lasting change by improving the representation, progression and retention of chemical scientists from Black and minority ethnic backgrounds.

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