This year’s Public Relations and Communications Association Fellows and Richmond University Annual Debate will focus on the implications of Artificial Intelligence on the future of the PR industry. It will be held from 6pm on Wednesday 13…
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The only University awarding UK and US degrees: a unique double degree award
Richmond is announcing today that it will be able to award UK degrees, having been granted Taught Degree Awarding Powers (TDAP) by the Privy Council. This is in…
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Five leading academics have been honoured by Richmond and The American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) by being invited to attend a Fellowship Symposium in June 2018 at the University’s Rome campus.
Each summer AIFS and Richmond awards…
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On Wednesday May 17th, the Wellbeing Research Centre (WRC) held a well-attended seminar with the above theme. The presenters were drawn from a diverse group of practitioners, consultants and academics. They were Marcus Cox, Peter Grant, Simon…
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Alice Janssens graduated as a history major in 2012. For her brilliant Senior Thesis, she researched the historical relation of Fashion and Politics, a topic she has been developing since. She is now a fashion economist, a doctoral researcher…
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Professor Alex Seago, Dean, School of Communication, Arts & Social Sciences at Richmond, is keynote speaker at a talk in Lisbon being held on Wednesday 23 May at the Gulbenkian Museum, co-hosted by the British Council.
Focusing on the work…
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Congratulations to Dr Christopher Wylde, Associate Professor of International Relations, Richmond, whose monograph Emerging Markets and the State: Developmentalism in the 21st Century has been long-listed for the BISA International Political…
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The Centre for Learning and Teaching presented a cross disciplinary conference on Digital Futures – adapting to changing educational landscapes on 14th May to critically examine the challenges and opportunities of using digital media in lecturing…
With Richmond University’s graduation ceremony just days away on 25th May, students are getting ready to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas for all of their hard work. However, one student is missing her graduation but with good…
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With the wedding of the year fast approaching on Saturday 19 May, staff and students at Richmond are getting set to give a huge welcome to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as they settle into their new home at Kensington Palace.
Just around the…
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