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Bedford College alumna, Gillian Clarke, shares her experience of the recent Bedford Society writers' evening, held at 11 Bedford Square.
The culture of volunteering at Royal Holloway continues beyond graduation with the Community Action Alumni Coaching Scheme
Alumna and Chief Executive of Business in the Community, Amanda Mackenzie OBE, puts purpose front and centre in her work. She speaks to us about her work and her time at Bedford College.
A ground-breaking pilot scheme run by Royal Holloway and supported by Chris Packham is educating children about the vital role trees play in our ecosystems. The results have been impressive.
Having spent 13 years circumnavigating the globe using only human power, Jason saw the impact that consumerism is having on the planet and on societies. He talks to us about how he found his purpose.
The Santander Universities SME Internship Programme is giving Royal Holloway
students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain valuable work experience –
and even their first jobs.
Tandza, recipient of the Royal Holloway – Waterford Kamhlaba UWCSA Excellence Scholarship, set up between her school in Swaziland and Royal Holloway, tells us what the opportunity meant to her.
Alumna and Director of the British Antarctic Survey, Professor Dame Jane Francis, is responsible not only for protecting the environment of this amazing continent, she is also an expert on its history
From enabling students to compete on the international sporting stage to supporting their charitable work closer to home, the Greatest Needs fund has helped some fantastic causes this year.
Dr Ravi Mehrotra CBE, Executive Chairman of the Foresight Group, and his wife Manju, have established the Manju Mehrotra scholarship to support talented Indian Masters students at Royal Holloway.
Alumna, former police officer and Sunday Times bestselling author, Clare Mackintosh, talks to us about how a careers evening at Royal Holloway set her on her path.
On Friday 19 July, Narayana Murthy was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Science, (Honoris Causa), by Royal Holloway for his outstanding contribution to the field of Computer Science