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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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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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…
Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, the American International University in London, will be hosting a screening and discussion on childhood and innocence, entitled Time Let Me Play on Thursday 24 May,…
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The Wellbeing Research Centre is organising a half-day seminar on the topic of state engagement and the assessment of capacity using the PDIA approach for Thursday May 17th, 2018 on the University’s Kensington campus.* Registration is from…
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A workshop exploring the knowledge, skills and experience required to work in today's fast-paced international art world.
The professional exchange and networking workshop brings together alumni from the MA in Art History and Visual Culture,…
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Paul Rekret has just published a new essay examining the role of soul music in anti-Vietnam war movements. Written for a collection of works on the occasion of the re-release of Bobby Wright’s (now Abu Talib) folk-soul masterpiece Blood of…
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The Society of Mathematics @ Richmond Today (sm@RT) in collaboration with the Economics an Investment Banking Forum Club presents Bloomberg Alumni Lecture.
Let's welcome Jimmy Enhammer, a current analyst at Bloomberg, as he presents "What they…
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