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The ‘Cleaner Thames Challenge’ is an event organised by Thames21 who aim to clean up the dirtiest stretches of the river. Nearly 30 staff and students recently volunteered their time for the cause. 

Students worldwide believe the UK is the safest place to study, an international survey has found.
What can institutions and policy makers do to support students and lecturers in a climate of widening participation? Do discussions of gender, race, and class still matter in higher education classrooms?

The University of Roehampton’s Nicky Reid, Money Doctor; Student Affairs (Employability and Entrepreneurship) has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy (HEA), the most prestigious award for excellence in higher education teaching and support for learning.

Jamie will be a part of an eleven man team which contains four Olympic Silver medallists from London 2012 as well as other U23 and Senior level medallists competing for Olympic Selection.

Since their time as Roehampton students, Chris and Jon have worked hard to produce quality events with their ground-breaking entertainment company ‘Silent Social’. 

The College alumni association made an award of £2500 to purchase textbooks for a new educational project in the community of Hundzukani.

The University of Roehampton has been named the ‘Best University for Student Retention’ in the UK in the Sunday Times University Guide 2013.

The results of the National Student Survey 2012 are in and they show Roehampton students to be more satisfied than ever before.

More than 75 Roehampton alumni attended the event, run by the University of Roehampton’s Employability and Entrepreneurship team and the Alumni office,mingling with guest speakers, and participating in workshops covering key aspects of employability skills.

The conference will promote academic research and establish a continuing forum for dialogue and collaboration between academics and religious communities on women’s religious authority and leadership.
A new study has found that responses to flood events are dependent on the organism's resistance, its ability to withstand a disturbance, and resilience, its ability to recover from disturbance..

A new study of rhesus monkeys suggests that emotion also affects what they look at, and in strikingly similar ways to humans.

Will Self and the Art of the Contemporary is a conference being hosted by the university on March 23 that will present a unique opportunity to reflect on the significance of Self’s achievements, bringing together the foremost critics working on contemporary fiction.

Study finds: Applications for university places have dropped this year, almost certainly in part because of confusion about tuition fees.

Anna Krettmann, second year International Business student at University of Roehampton, has completed a semester abroad in the USA, an internship in Canada and a summer school project in Austria where she was awarded a scholarship.

Dr Gill is calling for a more proactive and joined up approach in the prevention of violence against women in South Asian communities.

The University of Roehampton Professor of Developmental Psychopathology has been invited to deliver the keynote address at the South East Asia Psychology Conference in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia this September.

Nicky Reid awarded National Teaching Fellowship.

Honorary Awards Roehampton’s Graduation Ceremonies are a fitting conclusion to the hard work of our students over the course of their studies and they also provide the perfect opportunity for the University to recognise excellence in areas that reflect its mission through the conferment of honorary degrees.