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Two psychologists at the University of Westminster, Head of Psychology Dr Kathryn Waddington and Doctoral Researcher Deborah Husbands, have been working to hear the voices of unheard and stigmatised groups and break down barriers. October saw the University’s third Human Library event to mark Black History Month, in which borrowers...

Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Westminster Business School, Professor Malcolm Kirkup, opened the first MBA Tuesday Club of the 2016-17 programme. The talk entitled ‘Where There’s Waste, There’s Money’ was very well attended by current students, staff and alumni.

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...

Named the most internationally diverse university in the UK in the Hotcourses Diversity Index (HDI), the University of Westminster is backing the #WeAreInternational social media campaign that has set out to draw attention to the UK Higher Education sector’s commitment to international students.

Two University of Westminster undergraduate students have been awarded bursaries as part of the prestigious Royal Television Society (RTS) undergraduate bursaries scheme.

Three Westminster graduates have been selected as finalists of a national business competition, the Varsity Pitch Competition, run by a charity that supports student and graduate entrepreneurs.

Oscar award winning director and University of Westminster graduate Asif Kapadia has been judged as one of the top 20 most influential Asian people in Britain, in the Asian Media Group (AMG) GG2 Power 101 list which includes Nobel peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai.

The Westminster Talks 2016/17 series will kick off with a talk by Nigel Winser, environmental consultant and former Executive Vice President of Earthwatch International,from 6pm on 26 October.

Published on 12 October 2016, Critical Theory of Communication by Professor Christian Fuchs is the first book in the new series 'Critical Digital and Social Media Studies' by the University of Westminster Press.

The British Fashion Council (BFC) Education Foundation has granted fashion MA scholarships to two Westminster students – Yasemin Cakli and Geraint Brian Lewis - who will study on the new Menswear MA course at the University’s Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design.

Carolina Alvares (left), Commercial Music BA Honours student, has been brought back to ITV’s talent show X Factor with her girl group Four of Diamonds, and sang their way straight through to the next round performing The Supremes’ You Keep Me Hanging on.

The UK Space Agency has announced that Professor of Science Communication and astrobiology researcher Lewis Dartnell’s ‘Space Explorers’ project has been selected to receive one of eight available grants. The grants will go towards outreach and education activities related to the Agency’s space exploration programme.

Current Westminster Business Management - Entrepreneurship BA Honours student Pascal Sabatnig showed off his top notch entrepreneurial skills by officially launching a Snapchat geofilter design agency. A geofilter is a design you can overlay onto a photo you take in the Snapchat application.

A number of students and graduates from the University of Westminster have reached the semi-finals of a national business competition run by a charity that supports student and graduate entrepreneurs. Students Zak Rebihi and Lister Rossel have been shortlisted in the Digital and Technical Category, and Yuxin Jiang and Mujde...

The Palestine Regeneration Team (PART), co-founded by Westminster Architecture Senior Lecturer Nasser Golzari and Westminster Visiting Lecturer Yara Sharif, has been shortlisted for the prestigious RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2016.

The first of the University of Westminster’s Sociology Open Talks series for 2016/17 will take place on Thursday 20 October from 5-7pm with Dr Naomi Rudoe and newly arrived Professor Val Gillies.

Gossip can keep organisations healthy as it can serve as an ‘early warning sign’ of possible organisational failings, according to a paper from the University of Westminster.

University of Westminster’s student-run station, Smoke Radio, has been nominated for four ‘Student Radio Awards’ following another successful year. The Student Radio Awards 2016 which are open to any higher education student station across the nation are supported by BBC Radio 1 and Global Radio.

Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Westminster Dr Sam Raphael has authored a report entitled ‘Arming Repression: The new British Imperialism in the Persian Gulf’, criticising the UK government’s role in arming repression throughout the Gulf region.

For the second year running, Professor Vlatka Hlupic from the Westminster Business School has been voted one of the Most HR Influential Thinkers of 2016.

The University of Westminster Press launches today, 12 October 2016 with its first full-length academic text Critical Theory of Communication by Professor Christian Fuchs.

The University of Westminster hosted a reception at its Regent Street campus following Lord Asa Briggs’ memorial service held by the BBC at All Soul's Langham Place on 5 October.

University of Westminster MA Photographic Studies graduate Laetitia Kamayi’s photographs have been selected to feature in the Graduate Photography Online section of Source magazine.

The WISE Awards celebrate the work of individuals and organisations who are leading the way for women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

After winning a grant from the Burning Man Festival to DS10 tutor Arthur Mamou-Mani, a team of Westminster staff and students joined to develop and realise the project at the festival, the biggest celebration of interactive art in the world.

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