Roehampton's Rochester retires

Colin Rochester is to retire from Roehampton University, where he is convener of the voluntary action management course and head of the Centre for the Study of Voluntary and Community Activity.

Steven Howlett, who has been working alongside Rochester for the past two years, will take his place, although Rochester will continue to contribute research work.

Rochester has worked in or with the voluntary sector since 1968. His publications include A Review of the Home Office Older Volunteers Initiative in 2003 and Merger in the British Voluntary Sector in 2002.

Howlett arrived at Roehampton from Volunteering England, where he worked for the Institute for Volunteering Research.

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