Dr Orit Gal, Senior Lecturer for Strategy & Complexity and political economist, explores why physical distance doesn’t mean losing our deep social ties.
Dr Ana-Maria Pascal, Reader in Philosophy and Public Ethics examines how countries are upholding human rights in this time of turmoil.
Professor G Neil Martin, Regent's Research Integrity Advisor and a psychologist, casts a critical eye over science’s response to COVID-19.
Regent’s University London, by embracing the power of digital learning, continues to deliver on its mission of Developing Tomorrow’s Global Leaders.
Regent’s alumnus Jithin Majeed has won a Royal Television Society (RTS) Student Award for Cinematography with Moksha, a documentary based on the ancient city of Varanasi.
What knowledge, skills and capabilities should be prioritised for university learners in the twenty-first century? That was the question posed at Knowledge Café at Regent’s University London on Wednesday 26th February 2020.
For this year’s International Women’s Day, we sat down with Maya Boustany, Student Achievement Officer and Regent’s Women’s Network lead. Here’s what she had to say about gender equality at work.
In a few short years, Roxanne Taku has put more stamps on her passport than many people will see in a lifetime. But it’s these stamps that have given Roxanne a unique global perspective – and a drive to keep travelling and learning as much as possible.
A Regent’s student team has placed third in the country at the annual Polo Winter Nationals competition, where they went up against 200 universities nationwide to secure the coveted bronze.
Regent’s interior design students have partnered with developers Almacantar and MICA Architects to stage an exhibition on London’s busy Tottenham Court Road.
Regent’s University London is aiming to improve access to higher education by relaunching one of its scholarships.
It’s been twelve years since Kosovo declared independence, and the country is now an effective case through which to explore issues in state-building and the governance of diversity.