Autumn / Winter 2022
The trailblazing King’s College London Mathematics School provides a perfect example of how King’s is reaching beyond campus and developing partnerships to benefit the wider community.
We share how during this time of upheaval, King’s is using our position to increase awareness, promote understanding and convene the major players to unpick the causes and potential outcomes of the war in Ukraine.
Philip Crowther (Hispanic Studies, 2006) is a renowned journalist and polyglot. He is the White House Correspondent for France 24 and is the International Affiliate Reporter for the Associated Press, a position from which he reports in six languages. Read about how speaking different languages opened many doors in Philip’s career.
What I've Learned
At King’s, we believe that lack of funding shouldn’t prevent talented students from receiving a first-class education. Thanks to the amazing generosity of so many of our alumni, the Kingsmakers, we help thousands of students each year.
Supporting a King’s Education
InTouch Online reflects on the Department of Geography’s early beginnings, highlights its present-day achievements, interviews its longest-serving staff member and illustrates its journey through historical images.
As the international alumni leader for Peru, Eric Franco (MSc Construction Law & Dispute Resolution, 2008) has instigated successful initiatives to support King’s offer holders, students and alumni from his country.
The King’s Distinguished Alumni Awards recognise alumni and students who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement, civic leadership, or service to King’s and society.
King’s Distinguished Alumni Awards
Valerie Stark (MSc Applied Neuroscience, 2022) is a meditation teacher and a Director at vitamins company, Novomins Nutrition. Read this Q&A where she shares her philosophy as an entrepreneur.
Look through our photo gallery reflecting on Queen Elizabeth’s reign and long, valued relationship with King’s.
A tribute to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
Brief eulogies to recognise our alumni and members of the King's community who have recently passed away.