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Tsunami research boosted by Fulbright award

21 January 2011

University of Canterbury PhD student Shaun Williams departs for Hawai'i next week to spend the year modelling historical tsunamis in Samoa, supported by a US$25,000 Fulbright-Ministry of Research, Science and Technology Graduate Award.


Second volume of New Zealand biodiversity inventory published

20 January 2011

The second of three volumes offering a comprehensive stocktake of New Zealand's entire biological biodiversity has been published by Canterbury University Press.


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18 January 2011

University of Canterbury journalism graduate Jolene Williams has won the postgraduate feature writing award in the Ossies, an annual competition for journalism students in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.


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18 January 2011

The Christchurch City Council has decided to apply a temporary liquor ban to a select public area around the University of Canterbury campus during Orientation from 17-27 February.


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17 January 2011

Did you miss out on attending the ground-breaking Signs of Change National e-Conference in November? Don't worry, you can now view it on YouTube.


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17 January 2011

Did you miss out on attending the ground-breaking Signs of Change National e-Conference in November? Don't worry, you can now view it on YouTube.


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14 January 2011

The SOFA Gallery will host the first public exhibition of a series of paintings by UC alumnus Pat Hanly.


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14 January 2011

Professor Richard Blaikie of the University of Canterbury's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been named as a member of the new Science Board that will decide funding for science in New Zealand.


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14 January 2011

The SOFA Gallery will host the first public exhibition of a series of paintings by UC alumnus Pat Hanly.


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13 January 2011

"The University of Canterbury welcomes applications from qualified students and our philosophy is to be open to as many qualified students as possible for as long as possible," said UC Vice-Chancellor Dr Rod Carr prior to release of NCEA results this week.


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