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King's US Tour 2024 - Washington D.C.

02MayA view of the Washington monument over the water on a sunny day. The structure is surrounded by pink cherry blossoms.Part of King's US Tour 2024

Catch up with old friends and new, grow your network and gain valuable insights from your fellow alumni - all at our exclusive alumni events in the US.

We’re excited to be visiting Washington D.C., and we hope to see you at our flagship alumni event at The National Press Club. Join us in reconnecting with King's and your fellow alumni on 2 May 2024, at 18.30.

Location: The National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20045
Date: Thursday 2 May
Time: 18.30-21:30

The event will also end with an alumni mixer, where you can have a drink and catch up with old friends, reminisce about your time in London and make new contacts.

This event is not to be missed, so we hope to see you there.

Important booking information:

If you plan to bring a guest, please add a Guest ticket.

Only two guests tickets per alumnus/a can be reserved. If you need more tickets for guests, please contact the Alumni Office directly at

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Marion Thain

Speaker: Professor Marion Thain, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities

This is a fantastic opportunity to hear the latest news from King's, and to hear from Professor Marion Thain on how King’s is helping to build a future where we can live well with technology. Professor Thain will discuss how King's aims to address questions of ethics and responsibility through interdisciplinary research and initiatives including the Digital Futures Institute (which combines expertise in arts and humanities with other disciplines to forge a better relationship between the individual and technology) and the Creative AI Lab.

Professor Thain is also Professor of Culture and Technology at King’s. Her fields of teaching expertise include modern poetry, literature, culture and technology.

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Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts & Humanities

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