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Professor Jean Seaton and Professor James Curran launched the eighth edition of their book ‘Power Without Responsibility: Broadcasting, Press and Internet in Britain’ at the University of Westminster on Wednesday 4 July.

The University of Westminster Students’ Union 2016/18 team have won Officer Team of the Year at the annual National Union of Students awards ceremony yesterday.

The winners of the Westminster Alumni Awards 2018 have just been announced for the five categories that aim to recognise and celebrate the achievement and talents of the University of Westminster’s international alumni community.

The event ‘Towards 2018 Zimbabwe Elections: Democratic Challenges and Opportunities’ was held on Friday 15 June at the Regent Street Campus.

FAB FEST is a free week-long celebration of design and making which will open to the public from 7-10 July as a three-day exhibition presenting a series of live music performances and making events.

The 2016/17 Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) results show an increase in the proportion of Westminster graduates in professional or managerial employment.

As part of OPEN 2018, the annual exhibition of Architecture student work, the Department of Architecture have awarded 15 students with over £6000 worth of prizes.

The Economic and Social Research Council grant supports research into social mobility and the effects of selective education.

The Windrush Anthem has been composed by Westminster’s award-winning Dr Shirley J. Thompson and was performed at the special Commemoration to Windrush Service.

Following a successful mentoring initiative between the Guild of Entrepreneurs and Westminster’s disLAB course, course leader Dr David Dunkley Gyimah was invited as a keynote speaker at the Guild’s annual summer banquet.

Gina Miller delivered the keynote speech at the award ceremony hosted in the Regent Street Cinema.

The University of Westminster’s China Media Centre hosts two conferences in partnership with China Central Television (CCTV) celebrating successful collaborations between UK and Chinese television teams.

Westminster’s Summer Skills Academy hosted 15 sessions over four days offering students practical work skills and knowledge.

On Wednesday 13 June, the Pavilion, designed and built by third year Architecture students, was launched at the rear of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus as part of the London Festival of Architecture

David Stockings, currently studying on the Specialised Translation MA course at the University of Westminster, has recently received the ‘Pamela Mayorcas Award for Scientific and Technical Translation’.

The University of Westminster’s Development and Alumni Relations Office have won two Gold Awards in the 2018 CASE Circle of Excellence Awards, bringing international recognition to the University.

Fifteen students from the University of Westminster met with peers from the Graz University of Technology for the Fourth International Student Hackathon.

Gina Miller to give keynote speech at award ceremony hosted at the University of Westminster on 19 June.

Natasha Williams beat hundreds of candidates to win funding to help child victims of slavery and human trafficking.

The first cohort of graduates from the world’s only two-year MA Menswear course showcased their work in yesterday’s runway show, which featured a mix of fashionable and functional eye-striking designs.

A new documentary made about the life of the acclaimed designer Alexander McQueen opened in cinemas on Friday 8 June.

Westminster Television Production student Jessica Mills secured an internship covering the Royal Wedding for a Chinese television channel.

Professor Joshua Oppenheimer and Professor Rosie Thomas have won a £600,000 funding bid from the Arts and Humanities Research Council for their documentary filmmaking project.

CREAM’s international visiting fellow Dr Graiwoot Chulphongsathorn is bringing his research project to the Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival (20-23 September).

The University of Westminster has risen to 28th in the 2018 table, also placing third in the UK for International Outlook.