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The University of Westminster’s Specific Learning Difficulties Advisers Rebecca Parkin and Anyesa Sorrentino gave a keynote speech at the Diverse Learning Conference on their insights on providing excellent support for students with dyslexia.

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.

Regent Street Cinema’s Psychology at the Movies event series returns with a screening of the Oscar-winning film Black Swan, followed by an interactive panel discussion at 7pm on Thursday 8 December.

Sarah Mower, fashion critic, columnist at American Vogue and advocate for young designers, has been named Honorary Doctor of Letters (DLitt) by the University of Westminster. The award was presented at the University’s autumn graduation ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall in London on 28 November.

The 2016 edition of Network magazine, the annual magazine for alumni and supporters of the University of Westminster, has been published online.

Sir Vince Cable, former Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills and former Liberal Democrat MP for Twickenham, will deliver this year's Annual Leveson Lecture at 6:30pm on 6 December at the University of Westminster’s Little Titchfield Street site in Central London.

Claire Tranter, a PhD student and a part-time visiting lecturer in the Department of Psychology, has been announced as the recipient of the highly competitive BPS POST Postgraduate Award.

Three of the University of Westminster Students' Union (UWSU) Vice Presidents met with MP Mark Field to raise concerns on major political issues facing students and universities.

University of Westminster Architecture MA student Mihai Chiriac’s project Aquaponic Future Housing won an honorary mention in the International Biodesign Competition organised by Inhabitat Magazine.

Ambika P3 is proud to present ADAPT-r, a major exhibition exploring research processes of working artists, architects and designers – revealing the diverse approaches and how they do what they do. From digital designers to landscape architects, brand designers to design activists, painters to performance artists, and many different types...

Alumna Nelufar Hedayat, who has graduated from the University of Westminster’s English Literature BA Honours course, is behind The Traffickers docuseries exposing black market trading.

The Sustainability Team have launched a campaign to reduce food waste

The University of Westminster Students’ Union’s Smoke Radio has won two 2016 Student Radio Awards. The annual awards ceremony took place on 10 November and was hosted at the Indigo, O2 by the Student Radio Association.

Peter Anwyl, Executive Director of International Students House (ISH), has been named Honorary Doctor of Letters (DLitt) by the University of Westminster. The award was presented at the University’s autumn graduation ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall in London on 21 November.

Renowned British architect and award-winning academic Professor Dean Hawkes has been named Honorary Doctorate of Letters (DLitt) by the University of Westminster. The award was presented at the University’s autumn graduation ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall in London on 21 November.

Westminster Biomedical Science BSc students will benefit from the extended work placements scheme set up as a collaboration between the University of Westminster and the Medical Research Council (MRC) Unit in the Gambia.

David Gauntlett, Professor of Creativity and Design and Director of Research at the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design at the University of Westminster, will give a keynote public lecture on ‘Being Creative’ during Creativity Week at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand between 21–25 November.

Last Wednesday, 16 November 2016, marked the 50th anniversary of the first screening of Cathy Come Home, a television drama which is considered to have had major contribution to British culture. Exactly 50 years on from its premiere in the Wednesday Play series, the University of Westminster hosted a screening...

Children and young people are being lost in the fractured UK partnership safeguarding system and major reform is needed in how they access services in England and Wales, an inter-professional panel has warned.

Duncan Bowie, Senior Lecturer in spatial planning and housing, gave an invited presentation on housing and planning in London at the Beijing Forum on 5 November in Beijing, China. This is an annual high-profile 3-day academic forum involving about 300 international academics as well as government officials.

Funded by the Quintin Hogg Trust, the new scholarships will support early career research in the University of Westminster’s Graduate School.

The Ultimate Seminar will take place this Saturday on 19 November at the University of Westminster’s Little Titchfield Street site in Central London where Westminster students and the public will have the opportunity to hear from 40 leading music professionals.

Loraine Leeson’s Active Energy project has been shortlisted for the Best Arts and Energy Project at RegenSW’s Green Energy Awards.

A new fully illustrated J. K. Rowling book Harry Potter and Chamber of Secrets, published by Bloomsbury this October, is illustrated by the University of Westminster Illustration BA Honours alumnus Jim Kay.

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