Posted: 12 February 2013
Claire was awarded a personal chair in recognition of her research on insects and other arthropods in temperate and tropical forest canopies, her strengths in learning and teaching and her contribution to academic leadership.
Claire is Deputy Provost with particular responsibilities for International Partnerships.
"I am delighted to have recieved this recognition for my contribution to academia and would like to thank all my colleagues, because our excellence in learning and teaching at Roehampton has been achieved entirely through team work"
Roehampton’s new £35M library nears completion
We are investing £35million in a new world-class Library based at the heart of our campus.
Posted: 7 December 2016
Professor visits Westminster to discuss effects of psychoactive substances
Professor Jolanta Opacka-Juffry will work with a senior official from the Home Office, to help educate society on the risks of novel psychoactive substances (NPS), previously referred to as 'legal highs'.
Posted: 28 November 2016
Parkour Athletes show how apes travel across tree-tops effectively
A novel approach to study the evolution of large apes by observing how parkour athletes move has explained why apes can effectively travel through high and unstable tree-tops despite their large body mass.
Posted: 23 November 2016