PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND CHRIST CHURCH'S ANNUAL MEETING
17 March 2004
Canterbury Christ Church University College will be holding its Annual Meeting at 4.30pm on Tuesday 23rd March.
Students, staff and members of the public are invited to learn about the University College’s latest developments in room Og46 (Old Sessions House lecture theatre).
The meeting will feature talks by Dr Robin Bryant, Head of The Centre for Studies in Crime and Policing; Professor Sonia Blandford, Dean of the Faculty of Education; and Professor Tony Lavender, The Centre for Applied Social and Psychological Development.
Please ring Jan Bowman on 01227 782915 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
NOTES TO EDITORS
Canterbury Christ Church University College has established itself as Kent and Medway’s predominant centre of higher education for the public services – especially schools, health and social care. The University College is also a significant provider of programmes in a wide range of academic and professional areas.
From a small independent College of less than five hundred students – all training to be school teachers – in the 1960s, we have grown to over 13,000 students and 1,000 staff members with campuses in Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells and Thanet.
As an outward looking University College and a Church of England foundation, our mission is to provide excellent academic and professional education underpinned by research, scholarship and creative work and by Christian principles and values.
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