Entries by Alastair Wells

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Richmond film students visit top creative agency

Two final year students at Richmond doing BA Film Studies attended an induction session recently at Eg+, a global marketing and production company which is part of Omnicom. Rose Evelyn and Kaan Cakanisik were invited to Eg+ by Jocelyn Silburne, Senior Producer at the company, following the production of 17 student films for Richmond’s marketing team […]

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‘Teaching Tech to Gen Z’ free conference, at the German School of London in Richmond

Interested in exploring Generation Z, the group of children, teens and young adults currently age 7-22?  Then join a student-led conference which Richmond, The American International University in London, is organising with social enterprise Professors Without Borders and LSE Ideas, to be held on Saturday 18 May from 11.00am-3.30pm, German School of London (Douglas House, Petersham Road, Richmond TW10 7AH) The digital […]

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Interested in Successful Entrepreneurship?

Then SAVE this date – Thursday 6 June – to participate in Richmond Business School’s Wellbeing Research Centre event This is your chance to join a small group of talented academics, entrepreneurs and practitioners to explore whether successful entrepreneurship can be taught, is there a formula for success? Entrepreneurs provide the economy with its engine […]

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Free on Thursday 9 May? Then come along to film screening which shows intimate and moving portrayal of women in Kampala slums

Positive Women: Heartache, Hope & Living with HIV A short film documentary which puts a spotlight on the lives of six women in Kampala slums, made by Anne Lotter, Adjunct Professor at Richmond Business School, together with filmmaker Bex Devaraj, will be screened at the Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington on Thursday 9 May at 7.30pm. Entitled ‘Positive […]

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‘Mind the Gaps’ conference – Tuesday 14th May • 9am – 5pm

You are warmly invited to ‘Mind the Gaps’, this year’s conference of the Centre for Learning and Teaching, on Tuesday 14th May from 9-5 in the Café at Briggs House in Kensington. Attendance is free, and includes lunch and coffee, and drinks after. We have some fabulous outside speakers examining the concept of ‘post-disciplinary theory and […]

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Richmond alumni unveils new book

Chanel Cleeton, who gained a BA in International Relations from Richmond, The American International University in London, has just had her latest book published. When We Left Cuba is set in 1960s Florida, and tells the story of a young Cuban exile who risks her life and heart, to take back her country in this exhilarating historical […]

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Teaching Tech to Gen Z conference at the German School, London

Interested in exploring Generation Z? Then join a conference which is organised by students of the German School of London, together with social enterprise Professors Without Borders, Richmond, The American International University in London and LSE Ideas, to be held on Saturday 18 May at 11am, German School of London (Douglas House, Petersham Road, Richmond TW10 7AH). […]