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27 October 2011

The UC CEISMIC (Canterbury Earthquake Digital Archive) is launching its www.ceismic.org.nz website at an event at Canterbury Museum this evening, beginning at 6pm.


UC law academic named Fulbright Visiting Scholar in NZ Studies

26 October 2011

University of Canterbury law academic Dr John Hopkins has been named a Fulbright Visiting Scholar in New Zealand Studies for 2012.


UC celebrates music students' success

26 October 2011

The University of Canterbury School of Music and the Pettman Junior Academy of Music are celebrating some major student successes.


UC launch for important education text

26 October 2011

A book one critic believes should be compulsory reading for every teacher and trainee teacher in New Zealand was launched at the University of Canterbury last week.


Arts to play vital role in city rebuild - visiting fellow

25 October 2011

The arts and cultural experiences could play a positive role in the regeneration and rebuilding of Christchurch says Visiting Canterbury Fellow Professor Richard Gough.


UC Law Professor attends prestigious forum at Oxford

25 October 2011

Being invited to participate in a two-day workshop in the United Kingdom, alongside a "who's who" of the public law world, was a career highlight for Professor Philip Joseph.


UC freshwater research inspires MP's visit

25 October 2011

Green Party co-leader Dr Russel Norman and Green MP candidate Eugenie Sage visited the School of Biological Sciences recently to find out more about the research being carried out by the Freshwater Ecology group on the effects of pollution in streams and rivers.


UC graduate named Rhodes Scholar

25 October 2011

University of Canterbury graduate Andrew Dean has been selected as a Rhodes Scholar for 2012.


EU funding for UC research

21 October 2011

The research work of three University of Canterbury academics has been recognised by the European Commission's Jean Monnet Action programme in its latest funding round.


Influential bible exhibited at UC

21 October 2011

A 400-year-old King James Bible, one of only two original 1611 printings in Australasia, is now on display in UC's Central Library.


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