Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry will be the new Chancellor of UAL and will take up the post on 1 August 2015. Grayson, who is widely recognised as one of […]
Second-year BA (Hons) Public Relations student Mary Davoudi reports on LCC’s recent PR Guest Lecture by Google UK’s Head of Brand Development, Anaïs Hayes. Anaïs’s engaging speech shared her extensive insights from Google on how technology is changing marketing communications and reorganising brands and businesses. She reminded us that the rise of technology today is […]
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In our latest New Course Discourse feature, we chat to Course Leader Russell Merryman to find out more about the new course MA International Journalism (Online). Can you tell us a bit about why this course has been created? I suppose the aim, really, is to make practitioners – journalism or media studies graduates – more aware […]
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Calvin Lok, a student on LCC’s BA (Hons) Spatial Design course, has described showing his work in the Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Disobedient Objects’ exhibition as “like a dream come true”. First-year student Calvin got the chance to collaborate with the internationally renowned museum after receiving an email asking for submissions, and quickly made the decision […]
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Call for Papers – Designs on eLearning 2015: Technology, Culture, Practice CSM staff are invited to submit proposals for Designs on eLearning 2015: Technology, Culture, Practice, an international conference in partnership with UAL, Penn State University and Texas State University. The conference will be hosted at CSM on 16 – 17 September 2015. Proposals can take the […]