On the eve of developing the final installation on my amazing and challenging doctoral journey. The bridge I find myself at now is that of putting together the final links. […]
Our latest blog posts
Pilgrimage and late medieval Canterbury
For centuries, following the murder of Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170, Canterbury has been a major Christian pilgrimage destination. Ahead of the city’s annual Medieval Pageant, Dr Sheila Sweetinburgh explores the experiences the medieval pilgrims inside and outside the city walls.
The History of The Rainbow Flag – Celebrate Pride
These days we see rainbow flags flying everywhere. We see them on public buildings, in shop windows, across streets; while also being incorporated into clothing, pins, badges, stickers and cakes. […]
Draft Turnitin Set-Up in Blackboard Ultra
Two Draft Turnitin submission points will have already been created in the Ultra template. However if you need to create further Draft submission points please see Setting up a Turnitin […]
The CDIO initiative- the growing importance of close collaboration with businesses and industry
Overview Canterbury Christ Church University is just one of a handful of universities in the UK to offer the pioneering CDIO international engineering education model which was developed by the […]
Pilgrims, Tithe and Maritime Communities – exploring Kent’s history
To report, although decidedly wet in the West Midlands, the day went extremely well for all concerned (see last week’s blog), and thanks to Diane, yes, we have seen the […]
Personal Response addressed to the ISRSA Patron and Council from Professor Trevor Cooling, Emeritus Professor at Canterbury Christ Church University to the ISRSA Report: Religions and Worldviews (Weltanschauung).
This posting coincides with the Personal Response addressed to the ISRSA Patron and Council from Professor Trevor Cooling, Emeritus Professor at Canterbury Christ Church University to the ISRSA Report: Religions […]
Student Experience: Digital Humanities Placement
Kent Maps Online is a placement provider for the Applied Humanities: Employability in Practice module, offering a small number of placements to students interested in being part of a digital […]
Rail strikes: consequences for public transport’s post-pandemic recovery?
Dr Susan Kenyon considers the possible impact of the rail strikes for the post-pandemic public transport recovery and the effect that this may have on individuals, communities and the environment.
Allyship: A guide
Being an ally to marginalised individuals is more than just making a statement. It’s a commitment to building relationships, educating yourself, reflection, challenging others and ensuring that those in minority […]
Upcoming Event: Living with Grief Through Photographs
Do you keep a particular photograph of a loved one who has passed away close to you? What is its story and how do you look after it? Perhaps a […]
The GradForce Awards – May 2022
What an amazing night! Celebrating the GradForce graduates achieving their Get Hired! completion certificates.
Simulation Based Education Days
We are delighted to invite you to our online Mental Health Simulation Based Education Event on one of the following dates – 7th September or 5th October. This programme has […]
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 […]
Period Problems Part 1 of 2: Sustainable Products
Take a moment and think about your last period. For the sake of brevity, let’s say it was actually the mythical seven days long, start to finish. Maybe you used […]
Newly Accredited Training in Systemic Theory and Practice
We are pleased to announce that following a successful online visit by the AFT accreditation panel, Salomons have heard that our Foundation Level Training in Systemic Theory and Practice Is […]
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 […]
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.
Dr Anne Nortcliffe shortlisted for Engineering Talent Award celebrating inspiring leaders
Dr Anne Nortcliffe, the University’s first Head of School for Engineering, Technology and design, has been nominated for an Engineering Talent Award. The awards raise the profile of the engineering […]
Innovative partnership working between Christ Church University and East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Innovative partnership working between Canterbury Christ Church University and East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust lead to a 30% increase in placement capacity for Year 1 Speech and Language Therapy students. […]
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 […]
A student-led evaluation of online learning
The Covid pandemic drove learning online across all Higher Education Institutions in the UK. This blog describes how, by working with students as co-researchers and partners in learning, we can ensure that our online offer meets […]
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 […]