We are so proud to have passed out a whole new cohort of graduates and future leaders off into the world this month. We have absolute confidence that all of you will create such value. Much of this newsletter is dedicated to stories of our alumni, and where their ambitions, studies and journeys have taken them after Kent.
We celebrated our Finalists!
- On Friday 16 July, the School of Politics and International Relations came together to celebrate our final year students in an event that reflected on their time at Kent and also looked towards the future. Watch here.
Many students have passed through Kent but what are they up to now?
- In the After Kent series, we talk to Georgina Edwards about her journey After Kent. Georgina studied BA (Hons) in Politics and International Relations between 2017-2020. Read more.
- Margaux studied a BA (Hons) in Politics and International Relations between 2016 to 2019. Read her journey.
- Valeria studied a BA (Hons) in Politics and International Relations as well as an MA in International Relations with International Law between 2014 to 2019. Find out about her experience.
- Catching up with Rosie Hall who studied BA Politics between 2017-2020. Read about her journey.
Summer bites continued…
- A summer of bitesize talks from the Schools of Anthropology and Conservation, Economics, Politics and International Relations, and Psychology continued throughout July. View the schedule for August.
Professor Prabst publishes ‘Postliberal Politics’.
- Professor Adrian Pabst, Professor of Politics and Deputy Director for Social and Political Economy at NIESR, was in conversation with Jason Cowley, editor of the New Statesman discussing the publication of his latest book – Postliberal Politics. Find out more.
Dr Andy Wroe is not for turning…
- Senior lecturer in American Politics Andy Wroe, commented on a possible Presidential run for Vice President Mike Pence in Newsweek back in April -last week they asked if he’d changed his mind. Read here.