Richmond President meets students in Thailand

Richmond President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Lawrence Abeln, greeted prospective postgraduate students recently in Bangkok, Thailand, as part of the QS World Grad School Tour, a global series of events for those interested in studying a…

Dr Rafal Soborski makes presentation at Political Studies Association workshop

Professor of International Politics at Richmond, Rafal Soborski, recently presented a paper at the workshop, ‘Contemporary Radical Left Parties and Movements in Europe: Organisation, Policies and Ideology’, organised by the Labour Movements…

Richmond Scholarship winner living out her dream studying art history

A former fashion magazine professional is achieving one of her lifetime ambitions by studying a Master’s degree at Richmond. Maud Vos, 25, from the Netherlands and studying MA Art History & Visual Culture at Richmond, is not only living…

Let’s get cleaning – The Green Project team hits the river

Richmond’s Wayne Clark, Faculty Advisor to The Green Project and The Great British Baking Society, recently led the University’s first volunteer river clean-up of the Fall 2019 semester, with The Wandle Trust. We have now been doing these…

Health & Fitness Week puts the spotlight on student wellbeing

Richmond students experienced a wide range of revitalising activities during the University’s Health and Fitness Week held earlier this month. From ‘Doug the Therapy Pug’ to free fitness sessions at Kensington Virgin Active and free…

‘Socialism: No Man is an Island’ talk given by Dr Rafal Soborski in Madrid

Professor of International Politics at Richmond, Dr Rafal Soborski, gave an invited talk entitled, ‘Socialism: No Man Is an Island’, at the American University in Madrid on 24 October. The talk traced the development of socialist ideology…

A night in New York!

Richmond President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Lawrence Abeln, joined Provost Phil Deans to welcome approximately 40 Richmond alumni to a reunion event in New York.

Richmond regretfully announces the death of former Professor of Fine Art Dr. Ralph Lillford

Dr. Lillford taught drawing and painting at the Richmond Hill campus for 15 years until his retirement in 2000. Ralph was a graduate of the Royal College of Art and was an artist of great talent. He notably documented ‘the Troubles’…

Leading British photographer to hold lecture at Kensington campus

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If you’d like to gain some insight and advice from an internationally renowned British photographer, then join Nicholas Sinclair on Tuesday 5 November, 6pm, at the Briggs Café, Kensington campus. Nicholas, who is a Visiting Professor for…

The Future of the Experimental Music Festival

Dr Paul Rekret, who teaches political theory in the School of Communications and Social Sciences at the University, has recently had an article published on the politics of experimental music for Frieze: In…