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The University of Roehampton will host an event as part of the Being Human festival (15-23 November), the UK’s first national festival of the humanities. The event is made possible by a grant from the festival organisers, the School of Advanced Study, University of London and is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the British Academy.

The University of Roehampton has today unveiled a new series of videos providing a glimpse into undergraduate life.

The University of Roehampton is offering three bursaries to support students to attend this year’s British Science Festival.
University of Roehampton alumnus and comedic legend, Daniel Kitson, has launched a solo performance, Analog.Ue, in the National Theatre to critical acclaim.
The University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dame Jacqueline Wilson as its new Chancellor. She will succeed current Chancellor, John Simpson in August 2014.

This term saw the University welcome three Fulbright Scholars on campus.

Today [25 November] marks the beginning of #Roeactivism, a campaign led by the Department of Social Sciences and the Crucible Centre for Human Rights Research, to raise awareness of human rights issues that Roehampton students are passionate about.

Claudia Filipa Camilo Placido (Department of Dance, Theatre and Performance) has been announced as the winner of the Santander iPad Prize Draw.

Dr PA Skantze will join a panel discussion on misogyny and violence to woman as depicted in 'The Taming Of The Shrew' on Thursday 21st November 2013.
This term saw the return of the college scarves to Roehampton.

Roehampton is part of a consortium, which has won £13.5 million in funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The Doctoral Training Partnership will develop much-needed skilled researchers in the arts and humanities.

He came to national prominence on "The Voice" where he was coached by Will.I.Am and Jessie J, however Matt Henry’s path to success has its roots in Roehampton. We caught up with him to ask a few questions...

The University of Roehampton is pleased to announce that David Dickinson has joined as the new Director of Student Experience.

The University has scored its best ever results in the National Student Survey. 86% of Roehampton students are satisfied with their overall experience of the University - above the national average.

Recent drama and journalism graduate Kathryn Felton features in the 'Now we are fifty' article in the Times Higher Education. The article marks the proportion of young people in the UK attending university rising to almost 50%.
Graduation Ceremonies are a fitting conclusion to the hard work of our students over the course of their studies. They also provide the perfect opportunity for the University to recognise excellence in areas that reflect its mission through the conferment of honorary degrees.
University of Roehampton’s Graham White, Reader in Drama and Creative Practice, has written dramatisations of two J.G. Ballard novels, The Drowned World and Concrete Island, which will form part of the BBC Radio 4's June season of dystopian dramas.

The University of Roehampton, alongside the National Children's Bureau and Queen Mary, University of London are co-ordinating a new ‘Life Skills Programme’ supported by J.P. Morgan.

Green Impact teams and environmental heroes throughout the University of Roehampton were recognised at the Green Awards Ceremony held last week.

Business Management student Alexander Large and Drama, Theatre and Performance student Tiffany Birchard have been awarded iPads by the University for their participation in the National Student Survey.