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Kingston School of Art interior design postgraduate student projects address challenges of marginalised communities in London

Posted Monday 6 February 2023

Kingston School of Art interior design postgraduate student projects address challenges of marginalised communities in London

Interior Design MA students have focused their final projects on communities in London whose needs can be met with specific design-led solutions.


Kingston University nursing student reflects on experience of working as a prison nurse on placement a young offender institution

Posted Monday 6 February 2023

Kingston University nursing student reflects on experience of working as a prison nurse on placement a young offender institution

International student Athira Gangadharan, from India, is in her final year of a masters course in adult nursing at Kingston University. Here, she shares reflections on her elective placement at a male young offender institution.


Kingston University announces appointment of Louisa Green as Executive Director of Student Services

Posted Wednesday 1 February 2023

Kingston University announces appointment of Louisa Green as Executive Director of Student Services

Kingston University has appointed a senior leader committed to embedding service excellence throughout the student journey as its new Executive Director of Student Services. Louisa Green, currently Academic Registrar and Director of Student Experience at Goldsmiths, University of London, will join Kingston's Senior Leadership Team in April.


Former Sunday Times journalist who played instrumental role in exposing Thalidomide scandal recognised with honorary doctorate from Kingston University

Posted Wednesday 18 January 2023

Former Sunday Times journalist who played instrumental role in exposing Thalidomide scandal recognised with honorary doctorate from Kingston University

Acclaimed investigative journalist, author and philanthropist Dr Elaine Potter highlighted the importance of holding individuals in powerful positions to account as she received an honorary degree from Kingston University. The former Sunday Times journalist and co-founder of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism shared lessons learned from across her career with graduands as she was recognised for her contribution to business, entrepreneurship and philanthropy during a Kingston School of Art graduation ceremony at the borough's Rose Theatre.


Dedicated teachers awarded honorary degrees in education from alma mater Kingston University

Posted Tuesday 17 January 2023

Dedicated teachers awarded honorary degrees in education from alma mater Kingston University

An 86-year-old retired music teacher was among a throng of jubilant graduates who have crossed the stage to collect an honorary degree in education from Kingston University – decades after completing their education certificates.


Kingston University appoints Grafton Architects to develop initial ideas for proposed building and improvements to public space at Middle Mill

Posted Tuesday 17 January 2023

Kingston University appoints Grafton Architects to develop initial ideas for proposed building and improvements to public space at Middle Mill

Kingston University has appointed Grafton Architects to produce design ideas for a proposed academic building and other improvements at the Middle Mill site next to its Knights Park campus.


Hundreds of Kingston University students cross graduation stage at Rose Theatre ceremonies

Posted Monday 16 January 2023

Hundreds of Kingston University students cross graduation stage at Rose Theatre ceremonies

The achievements of almost 3,000 Kingston University students was applauded when they crossed the stage to graduate in front of proud family, friends, academic staff and special guests.


Covid-19 conspiracy theories led to lower uptake of vaccine and testing among Black community, research by Kingston University finds

Posted Wednesday 11 January 2023

Covid-19 conspiracy theories led to lower uptake of vaccine and testing among Black community, research by Kingston University finds

A belief that Covid-19 was a myth created to control ethnic populations, or a virus created to eliminate the Black community were among the conspiracy theories that caused a lower engagement of health prevention methods among UK Black communities, research by Kingston University experts has shown.

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