Take a Counselling Skills course at Richmond
If you have always wanted to become a counsellor or just discover more about counselling skills generally, here’s your opportunity.
Join our new Counselling Skills course for complete beginners…
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If you’re interested in political theory, why not join Richmond’s Centre for the Study of the State, Power & Globalisation at 4pm on Monday 30 November for a discussion of the Decolonisation of Political Theory, with Simon Choat.
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An American man who lives in the UK has delighted fans by sharing reasons he prefers living in Wolverhampton to Miami - including Gregg's Yum Yums and Ribena.
Nick Alexander, who goes by Mr Miami on TikTok, is originally from Florida but…
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A collaboration between Professor Dom Alessio and several Richmond International History and Film students (Yaffa Caswell, Charlie Klucker, Yeats McDonald, and Emma Nourry) has resulted in an article which has just been published.
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This is your invitation to join a former Summer Visiting Fellow at Richmond, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, a multimedia artist, photographer, and Professor of Art at the University of Rhode Island, on an exploration of World War II through…
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Examining the Stakes
A very successful webinar event was held on Friday, organised by Richmond’s Center for the State, Power and Globilization (SPG).
The webinar featured two eminent experts, one of whom is Dr Ronald J Granieri, associate…
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The University has become a member of an internationally renowned business organisation, AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). AACSB connects educators, students, and business to achieve a common goal:…
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It’s been a busy couple of days for Richmond faculty and students who have been broadcasting on a number of different radio stations about the US election.
Dr Michael Keating, Professor of International Political Economy has been interviewed…
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Dr Dabir-Alai, Professor of Economics, gave a lecture to St Teresa’s College in Kochi (Kerala, Southern India) on 28 October 2020, on the importance of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal, No. 8, on Decent Work opportunities.
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Listen out for Dr Michael Keating and Dr Alex Seago on LBC News on Wednesday morning around 9.25am and 10.25am, as well as Dr Michael Keating on BBC Radio 5 Live between 11.30am-12.00pm.
Here’s a clip of Dr Keating being interviewed by…
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