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Thursday 29th September 2016

Simon Tanner works with Europeana to realise research impact

Simon Tanner works with Europeana to realise research impact
Description
A new video has been launched that showcases Professor Simon Tanner's work with the Europeana network to enhance and realise their Impact Assessment Framework. Professor Tanner worked with Europeana to clarify their objectives in relation to impact and put in place practical recommendations to carry out, measure, document and communicate the impact of their research.
Date:
29/09/2016
Friday 23rd September 2016

Richard Howells awarded Oxford University fellowships.

Richard Howells awarded Oxford University fellowships.
Description
CMCI Professor Richard Howells has been awarded two fellowships at Oxford University
Date:
23/09/2016
Friday 16th September 2016

King's and UNC Chapel Hill professors launch Walking Histories

Description
A new book edited by King's professors Arthur Burns and Paul Readman and UNC Chapel Hill associate professor Chad Bryant has been launched. Walking Histories, 1800-1914 focuses on how the examination of walking can bring new perspectives to historic analysis, and includes contributions from specialists in the history and culture of Great Britain, North America, Australia, Russia, East-Central Europe, and South Asia.
Date:
16/09/2016
Wednesday 14th September 2016

PLAY at the 2016 Arts & Humanities Festival

PLAY at the 2016 Arts & Humanities Festival
Description
What is the philosophy behind having fun? Is sport only a game? How do we construct the creative self? Join us to explore these questions and many more at the 2016 Arts & Humanities Festival: PLAY.
Date:
14/09/2016
Thursday 8th September 2016

Join our free Shakespeare course

Join our free Shakespeare course
Description
The London Shakespeare Centre and King's Online have partnered with Shakespeare's Globe and the British Library on a free online course, Shakespeare: Print & Performance.
Date:
08/09/2016
Friday 2nd September 2016

Great Fire of London - what impact did it have on the city?

Great Fire of London - what impact did it have on the city?
Description
The Great Fire of London - what impact did it have on the city?
Date:
02/09/2016
Wednesday 31st August 2016

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard appointed as Visiting Professor

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard appointed as Visiting Professor
Description
The Hon Julia Gillard, who served as Prime Minister of Australia from June 2010 to June 2013, has joined King's College London as a Visiting Professor. She will work closely with the Policy Institute and the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies at King's.
Date:
31/08/2016
Thursday 11th August 2016

95% of Philosophy students are satisfied with their teaching according to 2016 NSS results

95% of Philosophy students are satisfied with their teaching according to 2016 NSS results
Description
Final year Philosophy students have reported high levels of satisfaction with the teaching on their course in the 2016 National Student Survey.
Date:
11/08/2016

94% of TRS students are satisfied with their teaching according to 2016 NSS results

94% of TRS students are satisfied with their teaching according to 2016 NSS results
Description
Final year Theology & Religious Studies students are highly satisfied with the teaching on their course according to the 2016 National Student Survey.
Date:
11/08/2016
Wednesday 10th August 2016

2016 NSS results highlight satisfaction with teaching and learning resources

2016 NSS results highlight satisfaction with teaching and learning resources
Description
Final year Liberal Arts students have reported high levels of satisfaction with the teaching and learning resources on their course in the 2016 National Student Survey.
Date:
10/08/2016
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