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Kingston University plays key role in BIG South London Creative and Digital Innovation Cluster launch, spotlighting support and opportunities for business growth

Kingston University plays key role in BIG South London Creative and Digital Innovation Cluster launch, spotlighting support and opportunities for business growth

The BIG South London Creative and Digital Innovation Cluster is bringing together small and medium-sized enterprises, sole traders and graduates keen to establish a foothold in the creative industries or digital technology space.

Kingston University and Galliford Try launch transformative artificial intelligence quality management tool project to increase productivity in construction industry

Kingston University and Galliford Try launch transformative artificial intelligence quality management tool project to increase productivity in construction industry

Kingston University and UK construction company Galliford Try are launching a £261,000 Knowledge Transfer Partnership project to create a tool that utilises artificial intelligence to improve quality and risk management, and minimise waste within construction.

Kingston University renews calls for urgent action to prepare students for workplace increasingly dominated by AI as it unveils latest Future Skills report

Kingston University renews calls for urgent action to prepare students for workplace increasingly dominated by AI as it unveils latest Future Skills report

Kingston University has released its latest Future Skills report at a parliamentary reception, where it called for more to be done to better prepare graduates for career success in a digital-first world.

Events

Making it Home: Reconfiguring Migrant Homemaking Together

Making it Home: Reconfiguring Migrant Homemaking Together
Wednesday 22 May 2024

This is an open event that focuses on how we can intervene to challenge dominant narratives and perceptions of migration and integration by presenting and discussing new ways of re-thinking and re-configuring migrant and refugee home-making amidst divergent integration politics in Denmark, Sweden and the UK.

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