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Two maquettes from the Lisa and John series by David Moore, Course Leader for the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism MA, will be part of the Photo50 exhibition on show from 16-20 January, where he will also be part of a panel discussion.

The second annual edition of the awards was held on 10 January 2019 at the birthplace of British cinema, the Regent Street Cinema, celebrating both independent and commercial filmmakers.

Menswear MA graduate Robyn Lynch presented as part of this year’s Fashion East London Fashion Week Mens (LFWM) show, establishing a signature sharp and playful take on her Irish menswear heritage. It was her debut show since graduating from Westminster in 2018.

Professor Ipsita Roy, Professor in Microbial Biotechnology, organised an international symposium on Friday 14 December where she delivered a keynote speech on Drug-Free Antibacterial Technology for Medical Applications.

The University of Westminster’s fashion department was ranked in the list of top 10 fashion schools by Fashionista magazine, as part of the top 25 fashion institutions in the world.

Architecture alumna Maria Vergopoulou’s design was among the 15 shortlisted projects for the Dezeen X MINI Living Future Urban Home competition which called on Dezeen readers to design a home for 100 year in the future.

Sana Aleem, who graduated from the MSc Architecture and Environmental Design Course last year, had her work recognised in the Student Design Colloquium at the 34th PLEA Conference held in Hong Kong on Tuesday 11 December 2018.

The University of Westminster are proud to share that one of our academics and two of our alumni have been included in the Queen’s New Year Honours List 2019.

Dr Louise Thomas and Professor Jimmy Bell’s new collaborative research with Perspectum Diagnostics reveals a prevalence of iron overload in UK Biobank population.

Dr Nancy Stevenson, Visiting Lecturer from the College of Design, Creative and Digital Industries at the University of Westminster, has recently won the Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) Innovation award for Understanding Global Complexity through Tourism.

2018 has been yet another exceptional year for the University of Westminster, with countless successes and achievements from our students, staff and alumni community being recognised and celebrated. As the end of the year draws nearer, we take a closer look at the top 10 highlights for our University in...

The episode, which is the second match of the series, will feature a team from the University of Westminster who will compete against University of East Anglia (UEA). The final line-up of alumni will be comedian and author Danny Wallace as Team Captain, neuroscientist Sophie Scott, photographer Stuart Roy Clarke...

Alumnus Richard Holmes, who graduated from the Journalism BA Honours course in 2015, was named New Journalist of the Year at the Press Gazette British Journalism Awards on Monday 10 December.

Organised by the IEEE UK and Ireland Section, with Professor Izzet Kale, College and Institute Research Director for the College of Design, Creative and Digital Industries, the IEEE UK and Ireland Section’s Christmas Lecture took place on 10 December with over 100 IEEE and IET members and non-members in attendance.

Undergraduate, Postgraduate and PhD students in Criminology at the University of Westminster celebrated the end of their British Convict Criminology module with inmate students at HMP Pentonville on 12 December.

On Monday 10 December, Adrian York, Senior Lecturer in Commercial Music Performance, presented an Interactive Music showcase of his song ‘Deeper Love’ creating a new and innovative model for music performance at Harrow Campus.

On Thursday 6 December, the University’s ‘What it Takes’ event series hosted a panel discussion including Westminster alumni who shared their advice and experience on how they successfully launched their products.

MSc Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Enterprise students took part in an intense fundraising challenge as part of the module, ‘Entrepreneurial Mindset and Opportunities Creation’, led by Dr Spinder Dhaliwal from Westminster Business School.

The University of Westminster’s Human Library Project, which took place on Monday 3 December, enabled staff and students to share experiences of living with a disability while studying and working at the University.

The University won in the ‘graduation and beyond’ category for its innovative approach in increased support for estranged students, implemented by former Vice-Chancellor and President of the University, Professor Geoffrey Petts.

Professor Vlatka Hlupic, Professor of Business Management at the University of Westminster, was invited to speak at the renowned international Global Peter Drucker Forum 2018 in Vienna.

The Westminster Working Cultures programme was nominated for the Highest Impact University Initiative category, which recognises projects that improve less-advantaged students’ future prospects and employability skills.

On 8 December, Westminster Business School will host an event entitled, ‘How to build a tech start-up from concept to market’, providing anyone with an interest in entrepreneurship and technology a chance to gain an understanding of how to build a tech-start up from scratch.

Journalist and broadcaster James O’Brien delivered this year’s Annual Leveson Lecture at the Little Titchfield Street campus on Monday 26 November. It was followed by a panel discussion chaired by Steven Barnett, Professor of Communications at the University of Westminster.

A celebration of the creative arts, the Westminster POP UP will bring together eight students and graduates and will provide them with the unique opportunity to showcase their talents in the middle of Central London between 9-15 December.

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