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Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle wins prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education award

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle, Section Director for Tourism, Hospitality and Events, has won a prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) award.

20 Jan 2022

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

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

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

How to cope with the Global Energy Crisis

The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Social Sciences, will explore key issues relating to the global energy crisis at an event run by Politics and International Relations experts.

02 December 2022

Creating opportunities for underrepresented talent

Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to promoting racial equality, closing the degree awarding gap, increasing graduate employability, and promoting a diverse workforce.

29 November 2022

Resolving issues and conflict through mediation at the University

Canterbury Christ Church University’s Mediation Clinic first launched in 2007 and has helped more than 160 people, including businesses, across Kent and Medway.

21 October 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University in top 20% of English universities for its work with the public and third sectors

Canterbury Christ Church University’s commitment to working with local businesses, communities and supporting regional economic growth has been recognised in a national assessment for Higher Education

27 September 2022

Europe’s first Justice Facility Dog awarded PDSA Order of Merit

Oliver, a trail-blazing Labrador-Retriever who offers comfort and emotional support to victims of crime, the first of his kind in Europe, is honoured with an Order of Merit by vet charity PDSA.

14 July 2022

Academics' work cited in Scottish government report

Health inequalities and ethnic vulnerabilities during COVID-19 in the UK: A reflection on the PHE reports, was cited by the Scottish government.

13 May 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University research recognised as world leading in national assessment

The University has more than doubled the proportion of world leading research produced and more than quadrupled the world-leading impact its research has on people’s lives in REF 2021 figures.

12 May 2022

'Planting a tree for the jubilee' for our future generations

Students and staff came together to plant 400 saplings at the University’s Canterbury campus, celebrating both the institution’s Diamond Jubilee and Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

30 March 2022

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