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ESRC Methods grant for innovative projects analysing the experience of gendered violence

The Visual and Embodied Methodologies (VEM) Network at King’s has secured funding for projects on sexual harassment, conflict-related gendered trauma,...

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£5 million grant awarded to study women's political representation

The research will explore marginalised women's experiences of politics

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Connecting & Innovating: Change our City Challenge 2023

35 students from across King's collaborate in diverse teams to solve some of London's biggest problems.

Students at Change our City Challenge 2023.

Purple plaque honours nurse & entrepreneur, Andreia Trigo

Andreia Trigo has been recognised by Innovate UK as a leading female entrepreneur

Rhianna John, Andreia Trigo, Julia Mingay and Professor Mary Malone

A Mentally Healthier Nation: support from ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health

The new ‘A Mentally Healthier Nation’ report by the Centre for Mental Health has called for cross-cutting policy to increasing mental health. The report’s...

People in a Street

Focus on women, power and gender to transform cancer care, says Lancet report

The new report, co-authored by a King’s academic, says that cancer in women is overlooked despite being among top three causes of premature death in women...

Dying woman with cancer in hospital bed

London Demo Day returns to King's, celebrating the city's entrepreneurial talent

Entrepreneurs from Imperial, King’s College London, London School of Economics (LSE) and UCL pitched their start-ups to investors at this year’s London Demo...

LDD2023 - Ventures

Celebrating the King's community driving forward sustainability

Staff, students and alumni came together at the King’s Climate & Sustainability Awards 2023 to celebrate the efforts of those helping to make King’s a more...

Group photo taken at the sustainability awards 2023 showing about 100 people holding up SDG boards.

Meet: Catherine Vitaliano, ALC Fellow, MSc Global Leadership & Peacebuilding

Concluding our focus on Refugee Week, we spoke with Master's student Catherine Vitaliano about the crisis in Sudan.

Map of the Sudan

Brazilian migrant women tell their story of working as delivery drivers in London

A new exhibition of photographs taken by the women is part of a larger project on transnational gendered violence, led by King’s researcher Professor Cathy...

Poster of photo exhibition titled 'Who's behind your order?' with a selfie of a Brazilian migrant women in her gear as a delivery driver.

One year of King's Volunteering

As we mark one year since the launch of King’s Volunteering, we look back at how students and staff have volunteered and celebrate their achievements.

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Celebrating impactful research around the world

The Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy held its 2023 Impact Awards to recognise and celebrate research that is having a real impact on societies around...

SSPP Impact Award 2023 Finalists

New charity donation points on campus make it easier for students and staff to donate items

King’s students and staff can now donate items directly to partner charities, thanks to King’s Volunteering’s new Donation Stations on campus. The first...

A photo of a donation station in the Bush House Arcade

Boost your employability this summer with an internship

10 part-time paid internships offer King’s students the opportunity to experience life in a start-up.

A group of young entrepreneurs.

International Women's Day event discusses how we reach equity in STEMM funding

Professor Rachel Oliver discussed her research on the stark funding gap between male and female researchers including minoritised groups



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