The Annual Digby Stuart College Lecture makes an important contribution to the rich and stimulating academic life. This year’s lecture was delivered by Clare Short.
University of Roehampton University Sports Scholar, Paskar Owor, won Gold in the men’s 5000m final at the British Universities athletics championships over the bank holiday weekend.
RSU's Steve Molyneux, Claire Fitzsimons and Wade Tomlinson will present a session on ‘Representation and Student Voice; how we set up a Student Senate that makes a difference’ at the NUS and the Higher Education Academy Student Engagement Conference in Nottingham.
Countdown to RSU Summer Ball 2012 is well underway and students past and present won’t want to miss out on this year’s festivities!
The University hosted its annual interfaith festival called Building Bridges, highlighting women peacemakers across the religious divide with a celebration of faith and cultures in food, story, song, dance and reflection.
The report, The New Conservatives? Eastern and Central European voters and the London elections, reveals what these new migrants really think about coming to Britain and making new lives in London.
MA Human Rights and International Relations and Human Rights Practice students recently had the opportunity to hear from some of the most accomplished government human rights lawyers to learn how human rights filter through each stage of government policy-making.
Professor Peter Edwards, in association with English Heritage and Liverpool John Moores University, will be participating in staging the ‘The Duke of Newcastle Returns!’ weekend celebrations, with history, equestrian and literary scholars from a dozen American and British Universities speaking over the two days.
University of Roehampton professors from the Department of English and Creative Writing will be taking part in a celebration of the legacy of Charles Dickens during a series of events this April in collaboration with the Wandsworth Council.
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.