On Thursday 13th October the University of Roehampton celebrated the opening of new halls of residence, Chadwick Hall and the unveiling of ‘The Watchers’, a well-known sculpture by Lynn Chadwick CBE. To mark the occasion Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul O’Prey CBE welcomed a host of guests including Lynn Chadwick’s family, Justine Greening MP and the Mayor of Wandsworth, Richard Field to the University.

Major research project will benefit language pupils and teachers 2016-10-11 Dr Sabela Melchor-Couto from the Department of Media, Culture and Language, and a European team, have been awarded €450,000 by the European Commission (EC) to support and expand the use of technology in language teaching across Europe.

A host of leading writers and academics from the University of Roehampton look set to captivate audiences for the tenth annual Wimbledon BookFest, which begins this month on Wimbledon Common.

For the second year running, the University of Roehampton has joined forces with The Booker Prize Foundation to distribute over 3,000 free copies of a contemporary fictional novel as part of the RoeReads initiative.

The University of Roehampton’s £32 million new student accommodation and conferencing centre has opened its doors.
A tell-all book about the colourful life of a former resident of Roehampton’s Grove House has been published; The Beauty of Her Age by Jenifer Roberts, an English historian.
Roehampton is part of consortium of universities which have been awarded a prestigious Doctoral Training Partnership by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). This means Roehampton will play an even greater role in providing high-quality postgraduate training.

Why appearance is still crucial for elite female leaders 2016-08-05 How women look is still a defining feature of their status in the work place, according to research undertaken in the Roehampton Business School. Hillary Clinton, Democratic Nominee for the President of the United States. Photo: Lor

This week more than 700 students graduated with qualifications in teaching at the University of Roehampton’s graduation event at Royal Festival Hall. They join the hundreds of thousands of graduates who have studied at Roehampton since the foundation of its Whitelands College 175 years ago.
Nearly 2,000 students embark on the next chapter of their lives this week after celebrating their graduation from the University of Roehampton.
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