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21 December 2011

International artists will be joining New Zealand artists in Akaroa next month to take part in the fifth annual University of Canterbury International Akaroa Summer Festival.

UC researchers to present at international human-computer interaction conference

20 December 2011

University of Canterbury researchers have had three papers accepted for the 2012 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing.

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20 December 2011

University of Canterbury graduates have taken out the top prizes at the inaugural Fire Safety Design Excellence Awards in Singapore.

UC's treasures to be revealed

19 December 2011

Many seldom seen historical items belonging to the University of Canterbury are set to be showcased in an upcoming Canterbury University Press book, "Treasures of the University of Canterbury Library".

UC students' national award launches career path

16 December 2011

University of Canterbury commerce students David Loveridge and Pip Widdon have won the national New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants' (NZICA) Student Challenge in style with Loveridge being offered a job at KPMG starting in Wellington in the new year.

UC geologist honoured by PM for post-quake communication

16 December 2011

University of Canterbury geologist Dr Mark Quigley has won the 2011 Prime Minister's Science Media Communication Prize for his communication work following the Canterbury earthquakes.

"Father of Pacific art" returns to UC

15 December 2011

Fatu Feu'u, who has been called the "father of Pacific art", has returned to the University of Canterbury as its Artist in Residence after 15 years.

UC researchers head to Europe on exchange

15 December 2011

Four University of Canterbury researchers are heading to Europe this month after becoming the first UC scholars to be accepted onto a prestigious European Commission exchange programme.

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12 December 2011

The University of Canterbury's recent survey of its 2010 graduates has revealed that more than 95 per cent of respondents are either working fulltime or part-time and/or undertaking further study.

Concert series raises money for quake appeal

09 December 2011

UC's professor of piano, Michael Endres, has raised nearly $10,000 for the Red Cross Christchurch Earthquake Appeal.

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