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Researchers discover remote expedition depot in Antarctica

23 May 2011

Members of a combined University of Canterbury and University of Waikato research team in Antarctica has discovered a small depot left behind by members of Admiral Byrd's Second Antarctic Expedition from 1933 to 1935.


Should we stay or should we go?

20 May 2011

Location, location location. UC Vice-Chancellor Dr Rod Carr puts the case for the University remaining in Ilam.


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19 May 2011

Since 22 February the University of Canterbury has overcome significant challenges.


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18 May 2011

The majority of University of Canterbury students report that they still feel safe following the 22 February earthquake (70 per cent) and say that they would recommend the University to other students (90 per cent) according to a recent survey of UC students.


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17 May 2011

A show home office at the Oval Village will give postgraduate students and staff an idea of what their temporary accommodation will be like.


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16 May 2011

The Ilam Campus Gallery and The Casting Room at the University of Canterbury will this week host exhibitions of work by Master of Fine Arts student Julie Ross and an installation by sculpture student Tim Middleton.


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13 May 2011

Dozens of young people from around Christchurch are coming together between the 20 and 22 May to participate in Youth Vision 2050. Attendees will take part in workshops, listen to guest speakers and share ideas.


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12 May 2011

One of the world's most well-known climate scientists, Dr James Hansen, will give a public lecture at the University of Canterbury on 20 May as part of his New Zealand speaking tour. This is Dr Hansen's first visit to New Zealand.


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12 May 2011

The University of Canterbury-based New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain & Behaviour (NZILBB) is taking a novel approach to recruiting research participants.


UC graduates sought after

12 May 2011

A "can-do" attitude earmarks University of Canterbury graduates for success according to Bruce Herbert, Recruitment and Talent Development for The Fletcher Construction Company's Engineering Division.


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