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12 December 2012

Two UC education experts have received a $130,000 grant to look at how school principals can effectively lead e-learning to improve student success.


Crimes from ChCh's colonial past brought to life

11 December 2012

The long forgotten, colourful and shocking crimes of early colonial Christchurch are brought to life in Canterbury University Press' latest book.


UC Research Medal for law professor

11 December 2012

University of Canterbury law professor, Philip Joseph, will receive the 2012 Research Medal at UC's afternoon graduation ceremony tomorrow (12 December).


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11 December 2012

UC academic Professor Mark Billinghurst has received an international award for the best electrical engineering paper presented globally in the last decade.


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10 December 2012

A University of Canterbury study is looking at how best to improve the literacy and education achievements of New Zealand children who struggle with speech disorders.


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10 December 2012

A UC researcher has received a $750,000 study grant from Methanex NZ Ltd, the country's only methanol manufacturer and a subsidiary of Canada-based Methanex Corporation.


Seeing the writing on the wall

10 December 2012

The resurgence of street art and graffiti following the upheaval of the Christchurch earthquakes is being analysed by a University of Canterbury researcher.


ChCh dining outlets flat-out

10 December 2012

A University of Canterbury marketing lecturer says Christchurch restaurants, bars and cafes are flat-out after two years of upheaval.


UC academic appointed to Marsden Fund Council

07 December 2012

A second University of Canterbury academic has been appointed to the Marsden Fund Council which allocates millions of dollars of research funding every year.


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07 December 2012

University of Canterbury researchers are developing a liquid flow measurement technique that is so blisteringly fast it opens up new applications for industry.