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London Met launches Personal Academic Tutor scheme
Personal Academic Tutor (PAT) scheme will provide personalised support for students.
Putin pulls the plug
Associate Professor of Journalism at London Met, Wendy Sloane details further escalation of censorship within Russia for the British Journalism Review.
Knowledge Exchange Framework highlights London Met's support for student entrepreneurs
London Met in the top 20% for supporting student entrepreneurs and for its work delivering CPD courses.
Furniture and Product Design students collaborate with Brompton for London Design Festival
The students created innovative and truly unique pieces, ranging from whimsical games to household items, made of old Brompton parts.
Supporting sexual health through translation
Students on London Met's Translation BA programme have translated a Preptrack sexual health app into five new languages.
London Met alumnus exhibits innovative design at Green Grads
Callum Pincombe showcases his slice table at Green Grads, a platform for emerging designers who are working sustainably and tackling eco-issues. The exhibition takes place 24-25 Sept.
London Met Product Design alums named Stars of Tomorrow
Amechi Mandi and Chelsea Vivash, both graduates of Furniture and Product Design, were featured in the special issue.
"Major improvement" needed in biosecurity education of life scientists, say experts
The research identified key deficiencies in security education in bioscience, including a lack of people with expertise in humanities and ethics, and a lack of translated material.
London Met develops careers toolkit for virtual careers fairs
The toolkit aims to support students from underrepresented backgrounds to build confidence when communicating with employers in virtual settings.
The Chosen Haram: major success for Edinburgh fringe circus show from London Met academic
The show saw widespread four and five-star ratings from critics, a Lustrom award win, and played to sold-out houses throughout its Edinburgh run.
Material Matters: the relationship between craft, industry and passion
London Met lecturer and esteemed product designer Simon Hasan features on major design podcast.
London Met graduate appointed curator of diaspora jewellery at V&A
Emefa Cole will be the first person to hold the position at the esteemed Victoria & Albert Museum.
Planted Unearthed: London Met academic to explore urban rewilding on environmental design panel
Sian Moxon will join the expert panel as part of the first contemporary design event and media platform promoting exclusively environmentally focused businesses.
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Trump and the FBI
Head of International Relations, Andrew Moran comments on the recent FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s residence and its potential consequences.
The Cost-of-Living Crisis: what, why, and what next
Dr Nirmala Lee, Associate Professor and Head of Subject for Accounting, Banking and Finance, comments on the current cost of living crisis.
Homeless people feel the heat
Course leader for the Community Development and Leadership BSc, Patrick Mulrenan comments on the effects the current heatwave is having on unhoused and temporarily housed people.
A populist PM and a constitutional crisis
Dr Peter Laugharne reflects on the end of Boris Johnson's time as Prime Minister and the parallels with David Lloyd George, another populist who was mired in scandal.
The Caretaker Prime Minister
Professor Andrew Moran, Head of Criminology, Sociology, Politics and International Relations at London Met explores Boris Johnson's next steps.
Scandals and Stagflation – An uncomfortable mix
Even Karl Marx did not anticipate the divide that exists now between the wealthy elite and the rest, argues Professor Andrew Moran.
Arron Banks losing libel case against Carole Cadwalladr is a win for free press
Associate Professor in Journalism Wendy Sloane on the case of Carole Cadwalladr, who yesterday was cleared of libelling billionaire Arron Banks, and what this means for a free press.
Five reasons (and 10 numbers) why the Right to Buy for housing association tenants is a bad idea
Patrick Mulrenan, Course Leader for Community Development and Leadership BSc, breaks down the flaws behind the Prime Minister's latest housing policy.
Chaos at Kabul Airport: Lessons must be learned
Professor Louise Ryan, Dr Maria Lopez and Alessia Dalceggio from the Global Diversities and Inequalities Research Centre discuss the failures of the evacuation mission last year.
Diversity and difference in everyday life
Dr Julius Elster discusses his research into the experiences of young people in Tottenham, finding ‘super-diversity’ to be integral to the area’s cultural identity.
Mental health and procrastination
For Mental Health Awareness Week, Journalism, Film and Television graduate Bernardo Almeida writes about how to manage procrastination and its relationship with mental health.
How can mental health services better support Black men?
London Met's Kevin Brazant on the issues that impact Black men's mental health, following an expert panel discussion he took part in at the Men and Boy's Coalition.
"The present is not forever"
Shifts in the perception of biographical and historical time are central to many Russian people's understanding of the war in Ukraine, argues Professor Svetlana Stephenson.
The life and death of 'Mad Vlad'
Associate Professor of Journalism Wendy Sloane comments on the life of Russian nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, whose 1991 presidential campaign she covered as a Moscow correspondent.