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The Duchess of Cambridge wore a coat designed by Westminster Fashion alumna and Swedish designer Ida Sjöstedt on her Scandinavian tour.

Five North-London schools joined together with the University of Westminster's Fabrication Lab, Aberrant Architecture and local arts centre Artsdepot to create a structure that allowed students to tell their story through design.

On 22- 23 January, the University of Westminster launched a new Employability Hub allowing students to come and discuss skills development, work experience and overseas opportunities at one dedicated space at the Marylebone Campus.

Dr David Dunkley Gyimah is joining the School of Journalism at the University of British Columbia (UBC) as its Asper Visiting Professor, taking more than 30 years of experience in video and multimedia journalism with him.

The Chevening Alumni Association of Punjab hosted a panel discussion on “The Role of Media in Conflict” taking place at the Lahore College for Women University and in collaboration with the Lahore College Media Department.

Guests from across Parliament and the Higher Education sector gathered for a reception at the University of Westminster inside a high-tech accessible classroom, the so called Sticky Campus learning space.

Dr Rachel Aldred, Reader in Transport in the Department of Planning and Transport at the University of Westminster, was part of the expert panel which appeared at the London Assembly’s meeting to discuss cycling infrastructure and necessary actions for its improvements.

Research published by Professor Damien Ridge and Professor David Peters from the University of Westminster on the increasing pressures GPs face in the workplace, was one of the top two most popular articles from 2017 in the British Journal of General Practice.

After getting the chance to present their research at the Second International Symposium on Gender, Law and Constitutions, the formal report of the research project, carried out by students Livia Schmidt and Manvir Grewal, was published on the UN Women website.

Westminster Business School has launched the Entrepreneurship Bursary Pilot Programme alongside the Mayor of London and Haringey Council supporting local entrepreneurs.

Dr Godfrey Kyazze and Professor Taj Keshavarz from the Department of Life Sciences were recently awarded a Newton Fund Institutional Links grant to develop microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment and reuse.

The generous support from the University of Westminster’s alumni community from around the globe helped raise over £55,000 for The 125 Fund in the autumn Telephone Campaign.

Liz Gosling, who studied Computer Science at the University of Westminster, has been elected as the new Chair of TUANZ.

After being selected to build interior installations for global firm BuroHappold Engineering’s London office under the supervision of Architecture tutors Arthur Mamou-Mani and Toby Burgess last year, the work of graduates from Design Studio 10 (DS10) is on display in the firm’s office.

Michael Barratt, who studied Transport Planning and Management MSc at the University of Westminster, has been recognised as a Member of the British Empire (MBE) in the New Year’s Honours for services to transport in London.

Westminster alumna Alina Abramovich takes up the position of Director of Marketing Communications at Swissôtel Krasnye Holmy, rated as one of Russia’s top 25 luxury hotels.

Westminster Master of Architecture graduates, Jane Chew and Matthew Stewart, who is now Leader of the Year 1 Architecture studio at the University of Westminster, have just won a competition enabling them to present their collaborative work in the Dutch Pavillion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018.

A group of 14 Westminster undergraduate students mixed business with Bollywood in December, as they visited Mumbai as part of the inaugural Westminster Working Cultures trip to Mumbai.

Phoebe Cummings, Research Associate at the University of Westminster, has been named by The Telegraph as one of the rising stars in design who are expected to succeed in 2018.

Burning Man Arts selected Westminster Lecturer Arthur Mamou-Mani’s Galaxia design to be the 19th incarnation of the Temple, which will be built and then sent up in flames to mark the end of the Burning Men Festival this year.

Dr Paresh Kathrani presented his work on Law Gamification at the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) ‘Training of Lawyers’ event.

Richard Morrison, final year student on the Master of Architecture (March RIBA Pt II) programme, has been announced to be the winner of the second prize in the Drawing of the Year 2017 competition by Aarhus School of Architecture.

The partnership between the University of Westminster and Westminster Children’s University has been set to successfully continue into 2018 with a festive celebration at Westminster’s Regent Campus at 309 Regent Street together with university staff and students at primary schools in the local borough.

Over forty Westminster Computer Games Development students had the chance to attend a huge three-day gaming event hosted by the gaming events company WeGeek, called Gaming Utopia 2017.

2017 has proved to be another remarkable year at the University of Westminster. We are extremely proud of our hugely successful student, staff and alumni communities whose creations and contributions are making a difference here at Westminster and across the world. We are looking forward to seeing what 2018 will...

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