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Roehampton’s new central London student accommodation

The University has signed an agreement to provide 210 new student bedrooms in the heart of London, close to Vauxhall Bridge, in Zone 1.

Roehampton leads the way on being more child-MindEd

Counselling MindEd is a £2.9 million project which allows free access to e-learning resources focussed on children and young people’s mental health.

James Smythe shortlisted for the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award

The Arthur C. Clarke Award is given for the best science fiction novel first published in the UK during the previous year. The award was established with a grant given by Sir Arthur C. Clarke, a celebrated science fiction writer.

Applications open for student bursary opportunity

Applications open for British Science Festival Student Bursaries 2014-03-18 The University of Roehampton is offering three bursaries to support students to attend this year’s British Science Festival. From 6-11 September, the British Science Association is bringing the British Science Festival

The University as a learning resource

The Department of Humanities has been awarded a Higher Education Academy (HEA) Teaching Development Grant to create a course module which uses the university campus as a learning resource.

University welcomes Bad Science author Ben Goldacre

The University of Roehampton is delighted to welcome Dr Ben Goldacre to present a lecture on “Bad Pharma” on Thursday 20 March 2014.

Dr Rowan Williams to deliver Hopkins lecture

The noted scholar and former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams will deliver the second annual Hopkins Lecture on Wednesday 26 March 2014.

Dr Pablo Romero-Fresco in £120,000 award win

Dr Pablo Romero-Fresco in £120,000 award win 2014-02-28 Dr Pablo Romero-Fresco, Reader in Audiovisual Translation and Filmmaking at the Department of Media, Culture and Language, has been awarded £120,000.  Dr Romero-Fresco has received the award from the NESTA and Arts Council R&D project

£356,000 award win for Dr Shelley Trower

£356,000 award win for Dr Shelley Trower 2014-02-28 Dr Shelley Trower of the Department of English and Creative Writing has been awarded £356,000 by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Dr Trower's has received the funding for her 'Memories of Fiction: An Oral History of Reader's Life Stor

Bafta win for Roehampton Lecturer

The Act of Killing, co-produced by Michael Uwemedimo of the Department of Media, Culture & Language won Best Documentary at the 2014 Bafta awards ceremony.

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