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A monthly exploration into the world of sustainability in the built environment with commentary and input from UCEM’s Principal and academics.
This British Red Cross replica book parcel is how CEM correspondence courses would have been sent to students in Prisoner of War and internment camps. The red cross emblem is…
CEM's Letters Patent (Royal Charter), 1922.
Portrait of Colonel S.J. Worsley, who was appointed CEM's Principal in 1945.
Wrought iron staircase currently at the V&A Museum, having been bequeathed by CEM in 1921. The staircase was originally in situ at 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields.
This article, titled "Careers in Captivity - Seizing the Opportunity for Studying", was published in the Prisoner of War magazine in May 1942 - a magazine that was published by…
A selection of photos taken at a cricket match at Hinchley Wood in June 1965.
An article in the Estates Gazette supplement from 05 March 1910 titled 'Surveyors in the Making' about 'Famous Westminster Coaching Centre' Parry, Adkin and Parry. This was, of course, the…
Student register listing WW2 POW students, 1943-44.
Photo of POWs studying in POW camp, Stalag XXA, located in Poland.
A collection of photographs of The Cemian student magazine from the 1960s/70s.
A photograph of the student register, 1921-2. Having acquired funding, premises and staff following its founding in 1919, CEM commenced full tutorial work on 01 April 1921. In the academic…
CEM Students' Union Colours Awards, 1940s - 1960s. These awards were for a range of sports, from cricket to rifles, from rowing to rugby (or 'ruggers', as it is listed…