Elina Mieme, studying the Designing Cities BA Honours course at the University of Westminster, has just received a £2,000 grant from the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) undergraduate bursary programme.
Professor of Sustainable Urbanism Michael Neuman just completed a two-week period as Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II where he delivered presentations and workshops.
Alumnus Dr Nigel Molden, who attended the Regent Street Polytechnic, between 1966 and 1970, has published a new book recording the role the institution played in the extraordinary music scene of the 60s and 70s.
A Westminster student has, for the first time, reached the semi-final stage of the prestigious Santander awards, getting closer to winning up to £25,000 equity free funding, mentoring and a funded intern.
A new study with contributions from academics Professor Jimmy Bell and Dr Louise Thomas from the Research Centre for Optimal Health at the University of Westminster, shows that specific patterns of fat distribution are linked to the presence of Coronary Heart Disease and Type 2 Diabetes.
Professor David Peters and colleagues from the Faculty of Science and Technology will join a collaborative research and development programme as part of a brand new UK initiative project in Indian Traditional Medicine.
Professor Daya Thussu and Professor Hugo de Burgh, from the Westminster China Media Centre, delivered a presentation at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) on the globalisation of the Chinese media landscape.
Criminology students celebrated the collaborative partnership between universities and prisons, and spoke directly to prison governors and the Ministry of Justice with an emphasis on influencing prison education policy.