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.

Creative Research Fellows at University of Roehampton to launch Plant Science installation at Somerset House.
Dr Jennifer Parker-Starbuck, Reader in the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance will speak at the third Unruly Creatures symposium exploring animal identities in contemporary arts and humanities.

Professor Adrian Heathfield from the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance has received research awards from the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the European Research Council.

The 2013 National Student Survey for final-year undergraduates is underway. Prizes are up for grab for those completing the survey, including vouchers and iPads.

We are looking for 3 or 4 already made works to present at Dance Diary this Autumn season, November 7th 2012. This is an opportunity to showcase work from Roehampton Dance and/or Drama graduates to a wider community of current students and artists within the Roehampton Dance Network and beyond.

Using the latest in high-resolution graphics and iOS tablet technology, our new app essential Roehampton information in one easy-to-navigate package.

Roehampton lecturers will present at a symposium that will engage with the contemporary performance of Shakespeare in translation, Shakespearean adaptation and other Shakespeare influenced narratives and texts.
People Show has performed all over the world in streets, fields, night clubs, telephone boxes, toilets, parks trains, glasshouses, and even in theatres. With over 20 performers from the University of Roehampton and ALRA, this festival is not to be missed. 

Classical Civilisation student Tim Wisson and Psychology student Victoria Torren have been awarded iPads by the University for their participation in the National Student Survey.

His dramatisation of BS Johnson's experimental novel The Unfortunates was broadcast on Radio 3 last year and has now been recognized in the 'Innovation' category by BBC. 

Run by independent research company Ipsos Mori, eligible students will be asked about their experience of teaching, assessment and feedback; academic support; organisation and management; learning resources and personal development.

Writers and critics working in the arts and humanities are turning to new ways of thinking in science whilst scientists acknowledge the creative ideas offered by the arts and humanities.