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In 2011, KU alumni Jamie Mitchell and Mark Callaby started their own online shop, Ohh Deer in one of their grandparents' attics to sell a small range of illustrated gifts and goodies.   Today, their little...

In KU alumni Jamie Mitchell and Mark Callaby started their own online shop, Ohh Deer in one of their grandparents' attics to sell a small range of illustrated gifts and goodies.

KU alumna Dana Skelley, Transport for London (TfL)’s director of asset management, and the first woman to be recognised as engineer of the year in 2006, believes raising visibility of women in non-traditional roles is important for encouraging girls into apprenticeships

Jobs for the girls: female apprentices needed to fill UK skills gap

Jobs for the girls: female apprentices needed to fill UK skills gap: Women are still disproportionately absent from careers in engineering, construction and transport. How can we help redress the balance?

Queen approves new children's book about her 90th birthday - illustrated by KU alumna Kate Slater

Queen approves new children's book about her 90th birthday

Queen approves new children's book about her birthday - illustrated by KU alumna Kate Slater

How to be good (at writing): Nick Hornby at Kingston Universty for Festival of Stories

Third annual Festival of Stories will feature talks, dance, theatre and music across 50 events.

Kingston University illustration graduate draws royal approval with new book released to mark Queen's 90th birthday

Kingston University illustration graduate draws royal approval with new book released to mark Queen's birthday

Alumnus Martin George has been shortlisted for Specialist Writer of the Year in regional press awards

Shortlists announced for Regional Press Awards for 2015 - Journalism News from HoldtheFrontPage

Twin win for Kingston University Norwegian graduates as they scoop British Animation and Royal Television Society awards

Kingston University graduate identical twins Tommy and Markus Vad Flaaten have had double the reason to celebrate since their short film Bluebarry secured two prestigious awards.

Psychology graduate uses art and drama therapy to assist people with mental health issues in Sri Lanka

Kingston University psychology graduate uses art and drama therapy to assist people with mental health issues in Sri Lanka


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