New figures show Roehampton is the safest inner London university, after nationwide research highlighted low levels of crime within a three mile radius of the campus.

A new study published at the University of Roehampton has found a connection between the timing of food intake and body mass index.

Sports science student Elle Osborne has been named as this year’s University of Roehampton May Monarch, after she was installed during a ceremony at the Whitelands campus.

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 and the charity, LimbPower hosted the first advanced rehab clinic yesterday [3 April].
The University of Roehampton is offering three bursaries to support students to attend this year’s British Science Festival.
The first Sport and Exercise Sciences Student Conference has been hailed a success.
This week is Brain Awareness Week, a high-profile global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research.

The University of Roehampton is delighted to welcome Dr Ben Goldacre to present a lecture on “Bad Pharma” on Thursday 20 March.

Dr Peter Shaw describes the background to, and early stages of a long-term project to answer an apparently simple question: “What species of Collembola occur in Britain?” by using molecular barcodes.

New research has revealed that Britain and Ireland’s oldest known inhabitants are tiny crustaceans still living today in water-filled crevices deep beneath our feet.

Professor Stuart Semple has just returned from the Middle Atlas Mountains in Morocco, where he is helping the Moroccan Primate Conservation Foundation (MPCF) to set up a new ecotourism project that will take visitors to see wild Barbary macaques.
Nutrition and Health graduate Laura Rockett has presented a webinar to nutritionists and students after the British Nutrition Foundation approached her.
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.
Dr Ted Vallance, Reader in Early Modern History in the Department of Humanities, will take part in a discussion about the legacy of the Diggers, a seventeenth-century radical group, on BBC Radio 4's Making History at 3pm tomorrow (14 January).
A new study by Dr Colette Berbesque of the Department of Life Sciences challenges whether the current high prevalence of obesity results from an ancestral need to cope with frequent famine.

Today, Dr Lewis Halsey from the University of Roehampton will be swapping the lab for legislation, when he visits the House of Commons for a ‘Week in Westminster’ as part of a unique ‘pairing’ initiative run by the Royal Society –the UK’s national academy of science.

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.

Liam O’Reilly graduated with a Sports Psychology degree from Roehampton in 2012. Today he counts Twickenham stadium - the home of England Rugby - as his office.