A 2003 PhD graduate of Roehampton’s Systematic Theology programme, Daniel now works with many top companies and media outlets, snapping photos of high-profile celebrities and major events around the world.

Fidgeting in interviews improves the performance of men, but hampers that of women

Deputy Provost, Claire Ozanne has been promoted to Professor of Ecology.

The University of Roehampton's submission for the House of Lords debate on student visas.

Ian Robinson, a well-known and respected figure in the world of squash, is to lead the University of Roehampton's programme for student squash players.

The Group Chairman of the Santander Banking Group renewed the Bank's agreement with the University of Roehampton pledging £75,000 a year  in sponsorships and awards for the University's students and academics.

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.

Dr Andrew Wilkins, a Research Fellow in the School  of Education, has been awarded a £165,000 grant by the Economic and Social Research Council.

A bumper crop of dance works from Roehampton Dance students, both current and alumni, will be performed at Resolution! 2013, the UK's premier forum for new contemporary dance.

Research scientists at the University of Roehampton have found the answer to the dilemma – should I take the stairs one or two at a time?

Molly Scott Cato, Professor of Strategy and Sustanability launches her book, The Bioregional Economy on Wedesday 12 December 2012.
 The University of Roehampton and Hobsons today announced a partnership to enhance international enrolment at the University. Hobsons will be supporting the University’s enquiry management and offer conversion processes for all international students.

University of Roehampton and Laureate have recently launched a major online initiative, starting with a suite of Masters degrees in the area of Business and Management. They have also announced two new partnerships - a study abroad programme bringing Laureate students from across Europe to Roehampton and a branch campus for the GLION Institute of Higher Education.

In the 1980's, it was estimated that close to a third of the student population of Southlands was involved in Basketball in some way. Recently, a group of Roehampton alumni from 30 years on gathered for a reunion game to celebrate the friendships and memories that they made on the court. 

Three Roehampton staff recently completed the Cannes – Nice Marathon (known as Marathon des Alpes-Maritimes) to raise money for the University's RAG charities.

Students, staff and community members recently teamed up with the aim of planting wild flowers across campus and raising money to help Britain maintain its wild flower population in urban areas.

Over 30 ladies from the 1962 – 65 year group recently attended an alumni reunion at Froebel to celebrate their 50th anniversary of starting college.

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?