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Canterbury History – from St Augustine to Tudors and Stuarts 2023
Coming up very shortly KAS with CKHH on Tuesday 7 February will be hosting at St Paul’s church, Canterbury CT1 1NH (from 6pm, lecture at 6.45pm), Professor Ken Dark’s lecture […]
Augustine House maintenance work commences on 30 January
Maintenance work begins in Augustine House on Monday 30 January. Work will start in the third-floor silent study zone. Please use second-floor silent zone.
Veganuary: Sustainable and Vegan Clothing
The idea of Veganuary immediately makes people think about their food choices, whether they could cut out meat and other produce etc., but there can be several barriers to this, […]
New Exhibition: Jo Townshend//Re-Making Futures
The Daphne Oram Gallery is pleased to present Jo Townshend: RE-MAKING FUTURES Material Methodologies for (Education) Leadership. The exhibition will run from January 27 – February 24. All are welcome! […]
After the success of BRIT 2020, BRIT 2021 and BRIT 2022, The BRIT Challenge is back, bigger and better than ever before! The BRIT Challenge is a national event from […]
Introducing our new Academic Tutor: Thahmina Begum Thaniya
I am pleased to join the Law and Politics Section of CCCU as an Academic Tutor. I will work across both departments to assist course delivery through teaching and study skills and […]
Inspiring Student: Work Experience at the British Association for Local History
History and Film, Radio and Television combined honours student, Marek Masojada, participated in a newly established work placement as part of their second year History module, Applied Humanities: Employability in Practice. […]
World Book Day: Spotlight on Student Author
Chantil Thomas, first year Media and Communications student, shares her motivation around her debut book ‘Selah-Encounters’ with the Canterbury Christ Church Student News team. I’ve always been writing, never really published […]
Coping with the Global Energy Crisis
On Wednesday 7 December from 6.30 pm onwards, the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Social Sciences at Canterbury Christ Church University is hosting a free evening Beacon Event concerning the […]
EDI in Computing
According to the UCAS statistics for the 2021 application cycle (UCAS, 2021), 314604 males applied to university, compared with 434965 females. While subject areas such as computing are dominated by male students, this statistic shows that males must be missing out in other areas, particularly the humanities and social sciences. Whilst these areas are not typically considered to be as high paying as STEM subjects, the soft skills learned and cultivated in them are invaluable and necessary when leaving higher education to enter employment.
Skate boarding is for life not just for Christmas
Dr Janet Melville-Wiseman explores the messages behind the John Lewis Christmas adverts and how we can take them onboard, especially when it comes to our welcome for care experienced young people.
The heartbeat of Montmartre
When I was around 16 years old my parents took me to Montmartre. I remember it all very vividly and for me, with my echo chamber of a nothingness mind, […]
New Research Report – What is the place of families in church post-Covid?
New Research Report – What is the place of families in church post-Covid? From 8th November 2022, a brand new research-based report is being launched, exploring the place of families […]
Being a Leader of Smart Working
The development of the new Smart Working Framework here at Christ Church gives you, our leaders, an opportunity to embrace contemporary and motivating ways of working with your teams: enhancing […]
The GradForce Awards – May 2022
What an amazing night! Celebrating the GradForce graduates achieving their Get Hired! completion certificates.
￼Can we all be superheroes?
What do superheroes mean to us and who can identify with them? John McGowan is joined by Clinical Psychologists Lauren Bryan, Gina Harwood and Alan Hebben-Wadey to talk about superheroes. […]
A 100% first-time pass rate across three cohorts: Adopting an Engineering pedagogy in Politics and International Relations
Susan Kenyon discusses how a new method of teaching, adapted from Engineering education, enabled her Politics and International Relations students to achieve a 100% first-time pass rate, across three cohorts. She […]
Psychology Q&A Series: Dr Dennis Nigbur – Senior Lecturer
Our second candidate for the Psychology Q&A Series is Dr Dennis Nigbur, Chair of the Faculty Ethics Panel and Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology, having been with the psychology department […]
Research Seminar: 26 February 2020 — Yifeng Zhu, Choreography as Education
Canterbury Christ Church University School of Creative Arts and Industries Research Seminars 2019-2020 26 February 2020 4.15pm-5.30pm Pg06 – Powell Building Canterbury Christ Church University North Holmes Road Campus Canterbury […]
Key trends in the legal market to know about before you apply to work in a law firm.
Canterbury Christ Church University, Law School, is welcoming Mr Craig Sharpe to talk on key trends in the Legal Market and their relevance to Law Students on Monday 31st at 3-5 […]
Tiny Manyings for Riddley
Artist Julieann Worrall Hood and researcher Paul March-Russell will be discussing Paul’s research and his interest in Russell Hoban’s Riddley Walker. They will also be discussing how Julieann will respond […]
Count Zborowski Film
In the summer of 1924 millionaire racing driver, Count Zborowski made a series of home movies with friends, attempting to replicate favourite scenes from silent Hollywood films.
Mike and Sonia on BBC Radio 3
On the eve of the project launch, BBC Radio 3 aired a special edition of Free Thinking featuring three projects from the Being Human 2017 festival. Listen to the programme to […]
Is your child in preschool or reception?
Canterbury Christ Church University’s Learning and Development lab are looking for children and parents who would like to take part in new research. Our ‘Talk about Thoughts and Feelings’ and […]