New research at Queen Mary University of London is asking for local residents’ help to understand how nature can thrive in Walthamstow.
The School of Geography is delighted with our outstanding REF 2021 assessment results, published today, which recognise our growing research expertise and the change it makes in the world.
Dr Azeezat Johnson
10 March 2022
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our colleague, Dr Azeezat Johnson, on Monday 7th March 2022. Azeezat was an inspirational colleague during her five years in the School of Geography at Queen Mary and we are devastated by her loss.
Labour Regimes and Global Production
27 January 2022
The School of Geography’s Professor Adrian Smith has recently published a co-edited book entitled Labour Regimes and Global Production, along with School of Business and Management colleagues Dr. Elena Baglioni and Professor Liam Campling, and the National University of Singapore’s Professor Neil Coe.
A multidisciplinary Queen Mary team has received support from the Westfield Fund to demonstrate innovative opportunities to enhance the student learning on sustainability through campus-embedded research.
Queen Mary alumni recognised in the New Year Honours List 2022
13 January 2022
Ten members of the Queen Mary alumni community have been named in the New Year Honours List 2022. The honours mark the achievements and service of remarkable people in public life across the UK and we are delighted that our former students stand among the individuals who have been recognised.
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