Dr Magdalena Frennhoff Larsén, Lecturer in Politics in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities wrote on the possibilities of a UK-EU free trade agreement and the potential difficulties of negotiating one.
Dr Frands Pedersen, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster, is among the only 55 new National Teaching Fellows who were revealed by the Higher Education Academy last week.
Staff at the Department of Politics and International Relations are pleased to have received nominations in the category of 'Excellence in Student Experience' as part of the university-wide Staff Achievement Awards 2016.
The China Media Centre at the University of Westminster is one of the organisers of The Third China Dialogue that will be held on 2 and 3 December, aiming to bring comparisons between China and the rest of the world into a global conversation.
Graham Smith, Professor of Politics in University of Westminster’s Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD), was part of a team of leading academics and civil society organisations who received the high-profile Democratic Innovation Award for the Democracy Matters Citizens’ Assembly project at the Political Studies Association’s (PSA) Annual Awards.
Dr Patricia Hogwood, Reader in European Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations, has received two awards for her coverage of Brexit and European affairs with The Conversation UK.
We meet Dr Emily Falconer, Lecturer in Sociology in the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology. Emily has a lot of experience in supporting students and plays a key role in welcoming them to Westminster each September.
Meg Dyos, who broke a world record journeying across the Pacific Ocean with her team the Coxless Crew, will be speaking to students and alumni as part of the University of Westminster’s new alumni series ‘Westminster Inspires’.
The Department of Politics and International Relations' student engagement week included a field visit on Tuesday 1 November to the Palace of Westminster for those studying the first-year module British Politics.
Following the successful first seminar of the 2016/17 University of Westminster Sociology Open Talks series, Sociology academics along with external speakers will explore the subject of Alternative Families and Donor Conception on Thursday 10 November.
The University of Westminster’s Alumni Team held the first of its new series of alumni panel events titled ‘Now What…? Overcoming career confusion with Westminster alumni’ on Thursday 6 October. The event was designed to give a helping hand to students and alumni who are unsure about which career route...