The University of Roehampton is inviting members of the community to come forward for free therapy sessions - as part of an innovative new therapy research programme aimed at helping people who are experiencing depression.
The University of Roehampton is holding a free event on Saturday 25 November, as part of the national Being Human Festival, which aims to engage the public with the latest innovative research taking place across the humanities.
The University, in association with the Booker Prize Foundation, is offering every student a copy of this year's RoeReads book, Room by Emma Donoghue.
Professor Garry Marvin from the University of Roehampton’s Department of Life Sciences is using his expertise to support a £2 million research project to help East African communities better understand and benefit from marine cultural heritage. To support the project, the University is offering four East African students PhD scholarships.
The University of Roehampton's new £35 million Library opened on Monday 4th September.
Award-winning academic and TV Historian, Dr Suzannah Lipscomb, joins the University of Roehampton’s expanding History team as Reader in Early Modern History.
In a report published by Dr Marie-Pierre Moreau, a Reader in Education at the University of Roehampton, it has been revealed that university academic staff with caregiving responsibilities face a range of difficulties including time issues, emotional issues, ill-health and a feeling of not belonging.
Mark Richardson has been appointed the new Director of Roehampton Business School, following the departure of Professor Sharon Mavin.
The University of Roehampton's Alumni, Development and Careers Team is the Abintegro Student Engagement Winner for Developing Employability 2017. The award is based on the Abintegro Employability Index report which analyses 1.1 million employability activities from 112,000 students across 72 qualifying institutions in the UK.
The Roehampton Poetry Centre announces the launch of The Robert Graves Prize, a new poetry competition in partnership with Wimbledon BookFest.
Over 1,600 students look forward to their promising futures after celebrating their graduation from the University of Roehampton this week.
Over 1,600 students from the University of Roehampton will be graduating on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st July with degrees in a range of subjects including Accounting, Criminology, Creative Writing, Sport Coaching and Zoology. Graduands will receive their degrees in one of five ceremonies, presided by University Chancellor Professor Dame Jacqueline Wilson at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Students from the University of Roehampton took part in Junior University, a nationwide programme to raise the aspirations of school children.
The Roehampton Poetry Centre at the University of Roehampton is delighted to announce the winner of the third annual Roehampton Poetry Prize.
Professor Aisha K. Gill, Criminologist at the University of Roehampton has been appointed Commander of the British Empire in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her services in tackling forced marriages, ‘honour’ crimes and violence against women.
Nine Roehampton research students have been awarded government-funded Research Council scholarships for the new academic year. They will join twenty-one current students on Research Council scholarships at the University, further strengthening the cohort of high achieving students at Roehampton.
Professor Adrian Heathfield from the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance opened the Doing Time exhibition at the 57th Venice Biennale, which features the works of the renowned artist Tehching Hsieh. Housed in the Palazzo delle Prigioni, close to St. Mark's Square, Doing Time is the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist's work to date. Detailed installations of two of Hsieh's One Year Performances – 'Time Clock Piece' and 'Outdoor Piece' – are on show, in which he pursued unprecedented acts of endurance, as well as three previously unseen works for the camera: Road Repair, Exposure and Jump.
On Monday 15th May, 2,140 alumni who have made significant contributions to education were awarded honorary degrees from the University of Roehampton at London Southbank's Royal Festival Hall.
Dr Caroline Oliver, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences is part of a successful bid led by Utrecht city council to secure €2.87 million from the EU Urban Innovative Actions (UIA) programme to develop the integration of asylum seekers into society.
The University of Roehampton has retained its position as the highest ranked modern university in London for the third consecutive year in the results of the Complete University Guide 2018.