Regent’s University London has a long-standing commitment to research. We invest heavily in our research centres to enhance the vitality of the institution and refresh our programmes.
Our vision is to contribute to the knowledge of entrepreneurship and family business and use this for scholarship, research and enterprise purposes.
The Regent’s Centre for Transnational Business and Management (RCTBM) promotes quality research and scholarship that benefits students, researchers and the wider community beyond Regent’s University London. The Centre was initially named Regent’s Centre for Transnational Studies.
For graduates seeking to break into the workforce, learning native languages and understanding cross-cultural studies can make you highly marketable in the future and aid in long-term job satisfaction working abroad.
Professor Joanne Lusher and Senior Lecturer, Oliver Sterland, have created an online resource for Sage Publications with tips on conducting online research.
A research study conducted by Professor Joanne Lusher reveals that lockdown restrictions imposed by the UK government have negatively impacted the mental health of UK adults.
Research into managing COVID-19 and Type 2 diabetes has been published by Regent’s Professor Joanne Lusher in the European Medical Journal.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people on a worldwide scale. Regent’s Psychology Professor, Joanne Lusher, is currently conducting a survey into the physical and mental effects of the pandemic on UK adults.
Breastfeeding Experiences During the COVID-19 Lockdown in the United Kingdom: An Exploratory Study Into Maternal Opinions and Emotional States has been published in the Journal of Human Lactation.
Jonathan Wilson, Regent’s Professor of Brand Strategy & Culture, has conducted research into the reasons behind Muslim outrage in response to the way they are represented in marketing communications.
Dr Angie Cucchi explores the quality of life among caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability and Typical Development.