Former FBI Special Agent, Asha Rangappa, discussed disinformation, social media and the fate of democracy in a special talk at Regent’s University London on Monday night.
Tristan Tull and Michael Peel talk about making documentaries about history.
Students on the Regent’s MA International Relations programme were treated to a discussion with Major-Gen Amnon Reshef, a retired IDF major general, and founder of Commanders for Israel’s Security (CIS).
Martin Milton, a professor of Counselling Psychology at Regent’s University London, has been made a Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
Professor Neil Martin talks about the psychology of horror.
The Filippo Corsini Polo Scholarships in association with the Federation of International Polo have been awarded for 2018/19 to Clara Forstner and Georgie Pask.
A short film by two Regent’s University London lecturers has been nominated for two awards at the Southampton International Film Festival.
Dr Leslie Van Der Leer talks about why people hold distorted beliefs about themselves and suggests a reason why this might be.
Regent’s University London welcomes New York-based film director Tim Slade to introduce his highly-acclaimed film The Destruction of Memory.
Did you know that Regent’s students have unlimited access to professional one-to-one consultations with a Careers Advisor?
The start of a new academic year is an excellent opportunity for students to get involved with the many sports on offer at Regent’s.
Regent’s hosts exclusive showing of film detailing the rebellious and extraordinary life of fashion designer Alexander McQueen.