The conference presented a unique opportunity to reflect on the significance of Kureishi's achievements, bringing together the foremost Kureishi scholars, critics working on modern and contemporary fiction and Hanif Kureishi himself.

The students receive a real world experience complete with full technical and marketing support, performance reviews by established and emerging critics, and the opportunity to participate in professional development workshops to complement and inform the choreographic process. 

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.

Dr Gregory Kent recalled the harrowing petition to Saddam Hussein of the former POW and loyal Iraqi soldier Assi Mustafa Ahmad to a full audience at event organised by Kurdish Regional Government.

The public event was part of an exhibition on miracles and charms which offered a poignant insight into the tribulations of daily life and human responses to chance and suffering. 

"Students were really excited and engaged, and were still talking about it hours later in our practical workshop..."

The essays include new archival work on the religious, political and international contexts of the riots and new interpretations of contemporary literary and artistic sources.

Mark’s expertise on prosthetics and orthotics enhanced student learning by stressing the importance of exercise for people who have a range of disabilities.

Coordinator Nicky Reid said the app’s main function is to let users quickly track their spending and gain valuable control over their finances. 

Students were keen to hear from the Occupy representatives and got a chance to practice their interview technique as they shared about this global grassroots crusade and recent eviction. 

Researchers at the University of Roehampton and the University of Birmingham claim that orangutans are actually the free-runners of the animal kingdom.

University representatives recently visited Cameroon to promote London-based academic opportunities as well as conduct seminars focused on Roehampton’s strong tradition of equality and Human Rights and celebration of diversity.

Professor Martin Shaw, Professorial Fellow in International Relations and Human Rights, was recently invited to speak at the event which marked the 70th anniversary of the notorious conference of Nazi officials at Wannsee near Berlin in 1942.

Dr Stacey Abbott, Reader in Film and Television Studies, set to speak on the legacy of vampires in film and television from Dracula and beyond. 

Both sessions helped to engage with the student population and give them the experience to learn and understand a new sport that they may not have tried before, in addition to bridging the education gap about Paralympic sport.

Students were able to connect with more than 25 organisations who were present to represent the voluntary, public and commercial sectors, including the University’s Employability and Entrepreneurship Service and Roehampton Students’ Union (RSU).

The conference will be the first of two collaborative events between the University of Roehampton and St Mary's University which will link with and develop themes by exploring human rights, social justice, political authority and social activism in the context of new patterns of migration and global change.

Christopher Bond was recently invited by the BRICS Association of Business Schools to speak at their annual  international conference on Human Resource practices which addressed a wide range of issues and themes relating to HR at the global level.

MA Historical Research students Lana Gosnell, Charles Hustings and Sam Williamson were awarded full bursaries by the Classical Association to attend the conference which is hosted annually at different UK universities.

Rebecca Boden’s research is the first major study of these payment issues which involved talking to smaller firms and their larger suppliers.