Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages
The School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages is based at the University of Westminster's Regent Street Campus in the heart of London.
Professor Evans’s research entitled ‘Conflicts in Cultural Value: Localities and Heritage in Southwestern China’ focuses on three local projects.
A landmark report about the future direction of Eco-cities has been published, the University of Westminster has announced.
Pictured are Westminster's new Visiting Professor in History, Baroness Diane Hayter of Kentish Town, and third-year History undergraduate, Peter Haggett. Professor Hayter had just given her inaugural lecture entitled 'So who hears the consumer voice? Users, the law and regulation.'
As an incentive to encourage students to complete the Student Module Evaluation, which gives students the opportunity to feedback on their taught course modules in a simple, secure and confidential way and helps Schools better understand their students’ needs and expectations and inform future module developments and enhancements, the University agreed that one student who participated in the Survey from each School would receive a 3rd Generation iPad with retina display.
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