Professor Simon Goldsworthy contributes guest blog to Higher Education Policy Institute website about the problems with academic predictions.
To read the full blog, please click here.
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Richmond held its first ‘Update TV Skills’ symposium on 22 April 2017 at the University’s Kensington Campus, focusing on the latest professional techniques across a changing media landscape.
The well-attended event saw around 60 delegates…
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The novel Central Station by Lavie Tidhar, a Richmond alum and former HISTORY major, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award. The annual award is given for the best science fiction novel first published in the United…
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We are sad to announce the death of Sandra L. Petrek, the widow of Dr William J. Petrek, Richmond’s first President who served from January 1980 until December 1992.
Education was a constant source of joy throughout Sandra’s life and she…
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On Friday 21st April 2017 Dr Christopher Wylde presented a paper titled ‘21st Century Developmental States? Lessons from South Korea for Argentina’, an invited presentation that was an element of the 2017 Annual Congress of the Instituto…
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On Tuesday morning, students on the Working in the Art World Course developed and delivered a professionally focused event looking at the impact of Social Media on the Art Market. Working with their Professor, Dr Oonagh Murphy, the students…
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Richmond Professor George X Zhang was invited to give a talk on Chinese language competence framework and teaching of Chinese for a professional development programme organised by the Confucius Institute based at La Sapienza University, Rome,…
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Transformers: Influence is a Museums Association professional development and advocacy network for people who believe in the social power of museums and who want to learn more about developing active partnerships within their communities, with…
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'As the Falcon Her Bells’ at Sutton Hoo? Falconry in Early Anglo-Saxon England. Archaeological Journal of The Royal Archaeological Institute: 1-28 (2017)
Dr. Robert J. Wallis is interested in the art and archaeology of falconry. Having…
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On the 6th of April 2017, Dr Oonagh Murphy presented the Richmond approach to teaching professional practice to fellow academics at the GLAD Conference at Manchester School of Art. The presentation outlined how we help our students graduate…
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