Staff newsletter




Staff newsletter

Welcoming new students

We’re breaking records this year with up to 15,000 students expected, and we can all help to give them the best possible start.

Transformations at King’s

Find out about the latest IT upgrades, the improved mentoring scheme, and how you can make the most out of AV.

Meet...Martin Kirk

We speak to our new Operations Director (Research & Researchers).

Let’s celebrate

King’s Online celebrates graduates and PTES

Exceptional PTES scores for King's Online as their first students graduate.

It Stops Here receives final sign off from OfS

Training on preventing and responding to harassment and bullying has made excellent progress.

Nursing BSc launched in Singapore

Our first degree course to be fully taught outside the UK was launched in July.

Parents’ & Carers’ Network launch and fund

Meet colleagues, access funding, and find out about the benefits available.

What’s happening?

Support your colleagues and help raise £3,000

King’s Cycling Champions will be cycling 54 miles from London to Brighton on Sunday 16 September to support IntoUniversity.

King’s Business Intelligence Group hold hackathon

On NSS results day, staff took part in a competitive hackathon to transform data from the survey into insightful visuals.

Get discounts with the NUS

Did you know that all staff can get dozens of exclusive offers with the NUS Extra card?

New analysis reveals ‘hard truths’ about peace-building

This study could change the international community’s response to peace-building.

Staff International Exchange Programme now open

Professional Services staff can now boost their development by applying to visit one of our overseas partners.

Pay Award 2018/19

This year’s pay award means an increase of around 2.5%, with many staff seeing increases in the region of 5.5%.

Send us your stories

Staff News is a channel that everyone can use. If you’ve got a story you want to share, we’d love to hear from you.

Meet the new Interim Dean for Arts & Humanities

This year, new Arts & Humanities students will be welcomed by Dr Johanna Malt, who has been appointed as Interim Dean for the Faculty of Arts & Humanities.

Dr Malt has been at King’s for 18 years, first as Head of the Department of French and then as Vice Dean (People and Planning) for Languages and Literatures. Her research interests are in modern French literature, visual art and aesthetic theory.

She has already made a video to introduce the Faculty to new students, which you can watch below.

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