Partner spotlight: the National School of Business Management
I think the two institutions have learned much from each other. There have undoubtedly been some cross-cultural challenges, but discussion and negotiation have led to mutual understanding. We can be very proud of where we've got to after three years.
Dr Dulekha Kasturiratne, Associate Professor of Marketing.Find out more about the collaboration
Spotlight: Stephen Ball
Engineering underpins the very fabric of our country and economy, from our roads and bridges to our buildings and utilities. And yet, in this country, we haven’t valued engineering anywhere near highly enough.Learn more about Stephen Ball
Spotlight: Dr Abigail McQuatters-Gollop
I feel Westminster is my field. What I am really interested in is finding those important pieces of science that can become evidence for policy change in marine management and conservation.Learn more about Dr Abigail McQuatters-Gollop
Spotlight: Professor Kim Stevenson and Research Fellow Judith Rowbotham
We started working on how a sense of history, either recent or distant, could really provide context to present ideas and potentially become the basis for future policy.Learn more about Professor Kim Stevenson and Research Fellow Judith Rowbotham
Spotlight: Another Robot
You want the work so you end up agreeing even if you know inside that it’s not the right thing to do. Over time, however, you develop the confidence and the experience to stand your ground.Learn more about the graduate start-up business Another Robot
Students in the School of Art and Media were cast in the role of technical gurus for the filming of a live insert into a forthcoming play. Using green screen technology, the students shot news and weather reading sequences.
In addition, groups with an interest in brain tumour research, Huntington’s disease and Parkinson’s visited the University in recent months.Read about these and more in our round-up of campus stories