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The project led by Clare Twomey, Research Fellow at the University of Westminster, will invite ten thousand visitors to the Brontë Parsonage Museum to help create a handwritten copy of Wuthering Heights by each writing one sentence of the novel in a handmade book.

University of Westminster Architecture students together with acclaimed architects from Finland and the UK are to design and build an environmentally friendly wooden shelter at Lusto – The Finnish Forrest Museum in Finland between 29 April – 7 May. The project called Mobile Home London is commissioned by the Finnish...

Professor Terry Lamb presented a keynote speech at the community event “Learning a home Language: Helping to foster the next bilingual / bi-cultural generation - The Ramgarhia Story” hosted at the Ramgarhia Panjabi School in Newham.

The University of Westminster will host the 14th Annual Schools Science Conference in collaboration with Science4U on Wednesday 26 April.

A number of Westminster students took part in Change the World Model United Nations Conference taking place in New York from 17 until 20 March.

Colin Harwood, who graduated from the Transport and Planning Management MSc course at the University of Westminster, has won the 2016 Voorhees-Large Prize for his dissertation “An Investigation into the Accuracy of Trip Generation Forecasts for New Developments in England”.

University of Westminster’s Museum and Galleries studies team has teamed up with Tate Modern and the University of London’s Centre for the Study of the Senses in the Institute of Philosophy to bring a one of a kind four-day series of events titled Tasty and Smelly, opening on 27 April...

Ana Becheru, University of Westminster alumna who graduated with an Architecture Postgraduate Diploma in RIBA Part III in 2016, has been nominated and reached the finals in the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) Awards 2017.

The University of Westminster, in collaboration with the Regent Street Association and Santander Universities has launched a new internship programme linking Westminster Students with local Regent Street Businesses.

Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design has launched a new Creative Enterprise Centre (CEC) which will focus on matching students’ and alumni skills to external employers’ projects to provide work experience opportunities and increase employability.

LISA, the world’s first impartial robot lawyer, was launched last week by Chrissie Lightfoot, Entrepreneur Lawyer and Visiting Fellow at Westminster Law School and promises to revolutionise the way that students, entrepreneurs and businesses access legal services.

Kaz Rodriguez, drummer and Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design alumnus landed the cover of Rhythm magazine.

Hussain Manawer has set a new Guinness world record for the world’s largest mental health lesson. Backed by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, he organised the event in conjunction with Dame Til Wykes, Professor of Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation at King’s College London and Director of...

Graham Smith, Professor of Politics at the University of Westminster received a Fellowship Award from the Academy of Social Sciences for his excellence and contribution of work in social sciences that had a beneficial impact for the public.

The first Playwriting Competition organised by the University of Westminster was open to current students and alumni from the Creative Writing courses.

The Extras Dept television, film and commercial extras company set up by Carla Stronge who graduated from Film and Television Production BA in 2002 cast background actors for Games of Thrones, Dracula Untold, and BBC Two’s The Fallen.

Fourteen second-year students from the Department of Engineering visited CISCO Meraki, accompanied by Anush Yardim, the Department’s Industrial liaison and placement coordinator who arranged the visit and Chee Yeung, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Engineering.

A group of Westminster students, part of the Westminster Business Consultants (WBC), the junior enterprise consultancy at the University of Westminster, attended the biggest European junior enterprise event, the Junior Association of Development within Europe (Jade) spring event, where they were shortlisted in the most international junior enterprise category.

On 10 March 2017, Marco Roscini, Professor of International Law at Westminster Law School, participated in a workshop as an invited expert at the United Nations (UN) in Geneva.

Students from the Photography Arts MA and Documentary Photography and Photojournalism MA delivered talks on the Roger Mayne exhibition at the Photographers’ Gallery on 1 April 2017.

A graduation ceremony for the Introduction to Prison Studies course at HMP Pentonville took place on 29 March, after nine successful sessions of Criminology BA students learning with prisoner students.

Professor Adam Lazowski, Professor of EU Law at Westminster Law School, gave a talk titled: “Non-negotiated Brexit: a realistic scenario or a folly?” on 5 April 2017.

On Saturday 1 April 2017, the Faculty of Science and Technology hosted FMC Europe 2017, the international Fewest Move Count competition to solve a Rubiks cube.

A thirty-minute adaptation of the critically acclaimed comedy show Good Grief written by Journalism BA graduate Jack Rooke was aired on BBC Radio 4 last month.

Dr Colin Gleeson, Principal Lecturer in the Department of Property and Construction in the University’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, has been a joint author of a recently published data analysis of heat pump installations from the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme.

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