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04 September 2017

A new University of Canterbury exhibition, Caprice, explores the life and work of Chrystabel Aitken (1907-2005), a remarkably versatile and ambitious artist highly regarded for her depiction of animals, particularly horses.


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05 September 2017

Following the success of the Christchurch event in June, Maths Craft Festival 2017 is being held this coming Saturday and Sunday, 9-10 September, at the Auckland Museum.


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01 September 2017

The University of Canterbury has welcomed more than 1000 full-time equivalent students in masters’ programmes and record numbers of doctoral students in 2017, with over 700, with more expected to enrol before the end of the year.


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01 September 2017

A UC academic’s new book is set to make a unique contribution in the field of horror scholarship by exploring the “privileged place” that women hold in the horror film genre.


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23 August 2017

Political parties trying to engage with young voters in the lead-up to the New Zealand general election may wish to take a steer from the University of Canterbury Students’ Association (UCSA).


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23 August 2017

SIGNAL ICT Graduate School was officially opened by the Minister for Tertiary Education Paul Goldsmith yesterday.


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22 August 2017

The University of Canterbury (UC) is continuing to show steady financial performance, the six-monthly result to the end of June 2017 shows.


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21 August 2017

Place Names of Banks Peninsula and the Port Hills, by award-winning regional historian Gordon Ogilvie, has been published by Canterbury University Press.


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18 August 2017

Low-lying, isolated communities on the Chatham Islands are extremely exposed to tsunami, according to a University of Canterbury student’s original research.


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18 August 2017

In an upcoming UC Connect public lecture, University of Canterbury law academic David Round considers the choices ahead for the public conservation estate, native species, the Department of Conservation and environmental law.


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