Abstracts for papers and creative, practice based contributions are invited for Monsoon [+ Other] Grounds, the third symposium to be convened by Monsoon Assemblages, following Monsoon [+ Other] Airs in 2017 and Monsoon [+ Other] Waters in 2018.
We are keen to consider eligible applications from outstanding international researchers not currently working in the United Kingdom, to bring their research experience to the UK and to advance our research goals through a Professorship with the University.
Velislava Hillman, a CAMRI PhD graduate from the University of Westminster, has been announced as a fellow by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University as part of the Center’s networked community for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Professor David Peters, Clinical Director of the Westminster Centre for Resilience, co-wrote the paper talking about the importance of ensuring future doctors resilience from their formation in medical school.
In April 2018, the University of Westminster’s Health Innovation Ecosystem was awarded a grant of £427,347 from the Quintin Hogg Trust, with further funding of almost £850,000 coming from the Higher Education Innovation Fund and University itself.
Dr Mohammed Gulrez Zariwala, Reader in Translational Physiology, has been chosen to lead a first of its kind project that will assess the effectiveness of a nutritional supplement product that combines iron and a phytonutrient for dietary supplementation.
Fourteen Students from Department of Politics and International Relations joined academic staff and students from St Andrew University (formerly know as Georgian University of the Patriarchate of Georgia, SANGU) for a 6-day field trip to Tbilisi.
The University of Westminster is committed to supporting postdoctoral and early career fellowships. This year we are keen to consider eligible applications from suitable PhD students and early career researchers of postdoctoral standing, whether or not they have a current affiliation with the University.
Maria Michalis represented Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) and Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies (WIAS) when she spoke about community networks and communication policy at the European Parliament as part of the EU Horizon 2020 project, netCommons.
Alexa Wright, member of CREAM and Reader in Art and Visual Culture in the English Linguistics and Cultural Studies Department, works with artists, curators, medical scientists and practitioners to organise Hybrid Bodies: Chiasma.