Justice for Joy, a film directed by directing lecturer Dr Ken Fero, will be included in a season of seminal films from the Channel 4 archives, created by the collective gal-dem.
How true do adaptations have to be to their beloved source material? Should stories change with the times or do we stay faithful to every aspect of a text? Dr Charlie Allbright, a lecturer in Media and Communications at Regent’s University London explores this all in his new book ‘Stephen King’s IT: Culture and the Clown’.
Differ – a chatbot-enabled messaging app – was rolled out across five Business & Management (BaM) undergraduate programmes, and one MSc programme, earlier this month. It is being piloted as part of a year-long trial.
The one-day conference, organised by Regent’s Research Centre, brings together international professionals in the field of addiction to share their knowledge and research.
The conference showcases current research on topics relating to understanding and improving the lives of people with Down syndrome.
The biennial conference is an established event organised by the Centre for Mental Health Research in association with the University of Cambridge.
A special celebration of clothing and culture will be launched with a private show of the ‘Marguerite J. Dennis Costume Collection’ at Regent’s University London on Thursday 3 October from 16:30-18:30.
A new government statement has announced the reinstatement of the two year post-study work visa, that was previously rescinded in 2012.
Professor Geoff Smith, Regent’s University London’s new Vice-Chancellor & CEO, has expressed his excitement for his new role, speaking of his vision for an empowering new phase of learning at the University.
This year's programme celebrated the St Marylebone’s American connections. As a proud sponsor, Regent’s was excited to get involved and share the University’s American legacy.
The three-day conference brought together academics, designers and students from across the world to present their research, design ideas and sustainable businesses.
After 12 years at the helm of Regent’s University London (and previously Regent’s College), Professor Aldwyn Cooper, Vice Chancellor and CEO, today retires.