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Celebrating student volunteering in Kent and Medway

In 2022, Canterbury Christ Church students logged more than 1,030 volunteer hours, giving their time to 78 charities and organisations in Kent and Medway.

07 February 2023

University receives special tree from Queen’s Platinum Jubilee sculpture

Canterbury Christ Church University has received one of the special saplings that made-up the 21-meter-high sculpture outside Buckingham Palace to mark the late Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.

07 February 2023

Graduation is a family affair

Three members of the Broadhurst family celebrated graduating together last week, at a unique event at Canterbury Christ Church University’s winter graduation ceremonies.

03 February 2023

Celebrating a year of impact and legacy

The University's Annual Report 2021-22 celebrates its Diamond Jubilee year, award-winning teaching, pioneering research with meaningful impact and looks ahead to a sustainable and innovative future.

31 January 2023

Canterbury Christ Church University honours local Lioness

European Champion Alessia Russo has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in recognition of her sporting achievements and her role in raising awareness for women’s sports in the UK and around the world.

30 January 2023

Canterbury Christ Church University Mediation Clinic expands to help support Kent businesses through the recession

The Mediation Clinic, run by Canterbury Christ Church University, has increased its offer to Kent businesses by appointing Jeremy Ferris to its panel of mediators.

24 January 2023

Comedian, writer and broadcaster, Robin Ince, brings his Weapons of Empathy to Public Lecture Series

Comedian, author and co-host of the popular award-winning BBC Radio 4 science show, The Infinite Monkey Cage, Robin Ince, will be the next guest speaker in the University’s Public Lectures Series.

23 January 2023

Report calls on government to act following research into climate change preparedness in policing and public sector organisations

More explicit leadership from government and better planning at local and national level for climate change impact, are two of four themes that came out of a scoping study.

10 January 2023

Exploring metals and minerals in photography

An exhibition looking into metals and minerals and how they are used in photography is taking place at The Hive in Birmingham next month.

09 January 2023

Funding success to make Canterbury streets safer

Canterbury Christ Church University and key partners have been awarded a £589,042 boost towards making Canterbury safer for all.

04 January 2023

Celebrating our research heritage

For six decades millions of people have benefited from research conducted by the University’s academics, research centres and research groups.

20 December 2022

Using fintech to support Islamic financial systems

A new book co-authored by Dr Mamunur Rashid explores the development of Islamic fintech, detailing the opportunities and challenges facing fintech in Islamic financial institutions.

16 December 2022

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