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Key players in the music industry including Young Turks / XL Recordings, Island Records, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Universal Music Group, Sony Music, Clintons law firm and Warner Music have come together to establish the ‘Richard Antwi Scholarship’ at the University of Westminster. The fund will sponsor talent from the UK...

University of Westminster alumnus Imran Ahmed was named 'Marketing Rising Star of The Year' at the inaugural Society of Sales Innovation event at the Crowne Plaza in Central London for his work helping small and social enterprises getting their message out.

The Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design hosted the first interdisciplinary ‘Engagement Week’ for current and prospective students on campus between 30 October and 3 November.

Jenny Montasir, who graduated from the Communication MA course, has recently published a short documentary entitled ‘The Campaign’ covering sexual harassment in Egypt.

The University of Westminster’s annual alumni ‘Regular Giving’ campaign returned on 6 November in support of The 125 Fund.

The newly-redesigned MBA programme at Westminster Business School, aiming to deliver a uniquely board-focused experience, is shortlisted for the MBA Innovation Award by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).

University of Westminster’s music business think tank and information hub, MusicTank, is to receive the assets of charity JazzUK as part of the charity’s formal closure.

Anna Malicka is one of the five scholars who received a financial reward of £5000 from the RIBA Wren Insurance Association to recognise their potential for making a significant contribution in the field of architecture.

Smoke Radio, the University of Westminster Students’ Union’s radio station, won three Student Radio Awards at the annual award ceremony hosted at London’s O2 on 10 November.

Jennifer Wascak, who graduated from the University of Westminster’s MBA programme last year, is among the candidates shortlisted for the MBA Student of the Year Award by the Association of MBAs.

Phoebe Cummings, Research Associate at the University of Westminster, has been named the winner of the Woman’s Hour Craft Prize.

On 25–26 October, the University of Westminster’s Department of Architecture hosted the National Energy Programme II Symposium offering discussions and exhibitions covering innovative sustainable building design and energy efficient technologies.

Westminster Professor Sadie Morgan’s architectural practice, dRMM, which she directs alongside Alex de Rijke and Philip Marsh, has been awarded the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize 2017 for designing the new Hastings Pier after the old pier was devastated in 2010 by a fire.

The University of Westminster’s disLAB hosted a presentation of Future Aleppo to discuss the role of new media as an agent for social change.

Dagmar Zvonickova, studying on the Master of Architecture (MArch)(Riba Pt II) course, travelled to Sydney for the last round of the 6th International Student Tall Building Design Competition, where she was announced the winner of the first prize.

Alumnus Eric Mackay, an Entertainment Law LLM graduate, has recently been appointed as Executive Vice President leading the Global Digital Strategy at Warner/Chappell Music.

Professor Jimmy Bell and Dr Louise Thomas from the University of Westminster’s Department of Life Sciences have contributed to a major research on liver fat which has recently been published in the scientific journal Clinical Science.

Ambika P3, an exhibition space at the University of Westminster, has been nominated for an Academic Venue Award in the ‘Best Exhibition Space’ category.

Dr Mercedes Bunz, Senior Lecturer in the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design, has given evidence at the House of Lords’ Select Committee for Artificial Intelligence at the Palace of Westminster this Tuesday.

The British Journal of Sociology Early Career Prize, given to authors who are in the first five years of their career after obtaining their PhD, was awarded to Dr Umit Cetin for his research paper which looks at suicide amongst Alevi-Kurd youth.

A Public Health Nutrition MSc (now Global Public Health Nutrition MSc) alumna has earned a flood of media interest and professional acclaim with her dissertation studying the prevention of type 2 diabetes with the help of a Weight Watchers weight management programme.

University of Westminster academics Mykaell Riley, Guy Osborn, Matthew Morrison, Giulia Pepe and Petros Karatsareas have been selected to showcase their expertise at the annual Being Human Festival taking place from 17-25 November.

Dr Davide Deriu, Reader in the Department of Architecture and Joint Course Leader for the Architecture MA course, was part of the international research team, working on the “Architecture and/for Photography” project for the Canadian Centre for Architecture.

The University of Westminster’s Department of Engineering and the Outreach Team was honoured to partner with the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) UK and Ireland Section’s annual Members Open Day by hosting an open day of STEM activities on Saturday 7 October. Students of all ages, interested in...

The University of Westminster’s Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment hosted for the first time in the United Kingdom a lecture where HABITAT contributors had the opportunity to share their ideas in the context of the Paris Agreement.

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