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Meet the Arts and Culture Interns: Michi Masumi

The Arts and Culture team is thrilled to welcome five student interns who will be working with us over the 2023-2024 academic year. We’ve asked each of them to introduce […]

Disability History Month 2023: people who Inspire; Helen Keller

Helen Keller had an inspirational life, she wanted to improve the world around her, the world she was living in. The need to help people understand her and that by being blind did not hold you back, having a disability meant you still had so much could achieve with the right support and teacher!

Finding ‘Medieval Animals’ in Canterbury

Still some finishing touches to the new CKHH website but the Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2024 details are all on it which means I’m still very hopeful that the website can […]

One Week Free

Last year we opened our doors to the general public for the very first time. To celebrate the start of 2024, we’re offering one week absolutely free! Try our state-of-the-art […]

Wishing You a Sustainable Christmas

COP28 is here and Christmas is just around the corner. With this in mind, if we want to try and do our part to help in the fight against climate […]

Advanced Procedural Skills Update!

We are delighted to announce the arrival of the portable cousins of the Simbionix Mentor Suite. The stationary LAP Mentor; ANGIO Mentor and ENDO Mentor Suites are now supplemented by […]

Key work supports future Allied Health Professions and the NHS workforce “We are delighted to have worked with colleagues at NHS England Workforce, Training and Education on this important work. We have delivered a substantial programme of research and extensive […]

New Publication by Dr Demetris Tillyris: Dog-whistling and Democracy, in The British Journal of Politics and International Relations

Dr Demetris Tillyris’ most recent paper on dog-whistle politics has been now published by the British Journal of Politics and International Relations.

Dr Dennis Nigbur on Busting Markers’ Jargon

Have you ever received feedback for one of your assignments but still don’t understand how to improve? Then read the following blog post written by psychology lecturer Dr Dennis Nigbur, […]

Learning lessons to support regional skills, development, innovation and growth 

Abbie Kempe, Director of Enterprise and Engagement, reflects on the importance of leaving a legacy behind and promoting knowledge exchange following the SELEP integration.

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Seize technology today for the harvests of tomorrow

The Horticultural Agricultural sector (Agri/Hort) is undergoing a transformative shift. Linking the sectors with knowledge centers such as universities is pivotal for fostering transformative change. Universities promote innovation, and expertise, offering a wealth of knowledge that can address contemporary challenges.

Life After University

Hear from some of our former Arts, Humanities and Education students After leaving the University students become part of the Christ Church alumni community; an international network of people who […]

Arts & Crafts Service at Canterbury Cathedral 1937

The ‘Arts & Crafts’ service at Canterbury Cathedral in 1937. This was filmed by by Sydney Bligh who was a keen amateur filmmaker, who produced a 90 minute newsreel each […]

The Evolution of Trauma Consciousness

Attending ‘The Evolution of Consciousness’: Dr Derek Tracy KMMS Talk was just an activity probably based on the intrigue of the title but… Have we evolved in our consciousness? Prehistoric […]

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Meet the Team – Sanjidah Islam

What do the Student Life and Wellbeing (SLW) Team do?  The SLW team can meet with you face-to-face and online if you are experiencing any issues you would like to […]

The Beginning Teacher in the Science Religion Encounter

End of Project Online Event This project is a research project led by Canterbury Christ Church University with 5 other universities, funded by Templeton World Charity Foundation (TWCF0375) as part […]

Copying content from another module board

To copy content from one module site to another, the trick is to ensure you are in the correct area of the destination site and that the content you are […]

School of Allied and Public Health Professions School Awards 2022

We are pleased to celebrate our award winners of 2022 and wanted to share some of their inspiring quotes.

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 […]

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.

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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 […]

Nuria Martinez Research Interests: I am interested in exploring the relations between social identities, rhetoric, collective action and social change in intergroup contexts. Current Research Projects: My current research is […]

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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 […]

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 […]