If you are interested in exploring eco-feminism and pacifism, this is your chance to join one of our alumni, Dr Adrienne Diop, at an event being held by the UK section of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (UK WILPF) on Saturday,…
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Lediana Hoke, from Indonesia, who was awarded a full Sir Cyril Taylor Foundation International Postgraduate Scholarship which funds her tuition fee and accommodation costs, is living her dream by studying an MBA at Richmond Business School.
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Dr. Nicholas Ferguson, Associate Dean for Research at Richmond, has recently held two productive events at Watermans Arts Centre that form part of his research project Air Matters. Learning from Heathrow.
The project has been generously supported…
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Gold still fascinates people and markets as much as it has always done. The Wellbeing Research Centre is pleased to welcome back Visiting Professor Dr Paul Fisher to the University to talk about gold. Dr Fisher is the current Chair of the London…
https://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/William-Durden.jpg400300Victoria Olszewskahttps://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/union-stripes-bound-website.svgVictoria Olszewska2019-11-04 10:50:482021-04-22 12:11:51“Bullion: the story of gold as money and how the markets are changing to reflect modern values” – Wednesday November 6th, Kensington campus, Briggs Hall 216 at 3pm
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…
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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…
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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…
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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’…
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Former Richmond student, Mojo Ozawa, rocked The Gunners pub in North London at the weekend with his London-based Japanese band, Fairladyzzzz.
Mojo studied BA Theatre Arts at Richmond, graduating in 1994. John O'Connell, former Dean of Students…
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The upgraded Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) which was introduced in September at Richmond has been proving a hit, with different pilot digital learning projects now underway across the University.
The latest version of Blackboard –…
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