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A Roehampton academic will use a House of Commons event to launch the results of a year-long study into how relations between religious groups and the local government planning system can be improved.

Poets with an idea are being encouraged to mark National Poetry Day today by starting work on a new poem to enter in the Ruskin Prize competition which will be awarded by the University of Roehampton’s Poetry Centre.

The latest official national survey of graduate employment shows 98 per cent of graduates from Roehampton’s teacher training courses are in work six months after graduation, with 99 per cent in work or undertaking further study.

Students at the University of Roehampton will be offered a free copy of the novel Pigeon English by Stephen Kelman during Freshers’ Week this week, thanks to a partnership with The Booker Prize Foundation.

The first full collection of poems by First World War nurse, Mary Borden, who set up her own field hospital on the front line at the Somme to treat injured soldiers, has been published 100 years after they were written.

The renowned Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on London's South Bank will play host to readings of poetry by internationally recognised writers this month, key among them Roehampton's TS Eliot Prize winner David Harsent.

A 20-year research programme carried out by an Australian academic, who died suddenly in 2007 while studying Schizophrenia among Malaysian tribal Iban people, is being rescued by a uniquely talented University of Roehampton professor.

The sympathy, pity, pain and fear 19th century surgeons and their patients experienced in the days before anaesthetic was used will be explored by academics at the University, thanks to a £570,000 research grant.

Two stars of the World Cup winning England Women’s Rugby Squad, together with an RFU stalwart, have been recognised by the University of Roehampton for their great contribution to the sport, less than two months before London hosts the Rugby World Cup in Twickenham.

Businessman David Sanger has been acknowledged for his contribution to industry and for his commitment to educating leaders and entrepreneurs of the future, with an honorary doctorate from the University of Roehampton.

Celebrations and expectations for future employment are top of the agenda for 1,900 students who have graduated from the University of Roehampton this week.

The Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Sadler’s Wells, Alistair Spalding, has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Roehampton, in tribute to his exceptional success and commitment to dance over 15 years at the theatre.

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Chief Executive Claire Horton has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Roehampton, in recognition of her conspicuous success in raising standards across the animal welfare sector.

Celebrations, gowns and mortarboards will be the order of the day when 1,900 students graduate from the University of Roehampton, in ceremonies at the Royal Festival Hall on London’s Southbank on Monday and Tuesday.

The ninth annual Wimbledon BookFest is back this autumn bringing the worlds of literature, the arts, popular culture, film and sport to Wimbledon Common for 10 days in October.

Uncovering hidden domestic violence in under-threes will be made easier for nursery and children’s centre workers and other professionals now a new protocol has been launched by a Roehampton professor.

Two students from the University of Roehampton’s Business School are directly benefitting from a construction project creating the University’s new multi-million pound hall of residence and library, after securing internship roles with contractor Osborne.

Generous pledges from students, staff and local people have ensured the future of the University popular Hive Café, and helped it expand to cater for even more visitors.

Wimbledon BookFest audiences this are set to be enthralled by a trio of leading writers from the University of Roehampton at this year's festival, which takes place in October, it has been confirmed this week.

Research into countering ‘honour’ killings and forced marriage, which has helped shape Government policy, has resulted in University of Roehampton academic Dr Aisha K. Gill being awarded a Celebrating Impact prize from the Economic and Social Research Council.