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17 February 2012

A leading criminal law academic from the University of Oxford will deliver a public lecture while visiting the University of Canterbury this month.


UC academic appointed new Marsden Fund Council Chair

15 February 2012

University of Canterbury scientist Professor Juliet Gerrard has been appointed the new Chair of the Marsden Fund Council.


UC graduate first to skateboard across world's driest desert

15 February 2012

A University of Canterbury graduate has become one of the first people in the world to skateboard across the driest desert on the planet.


UCSA Events Centre on schedule

14 February 2012

The new temporary University of Canterbury Students' Association (UCSA) Events Centre is on schedule for completion after Easter.


UC first to gain CEMARS carbon footprint certification

14 February 2012

The University of Canterbury has become the first university outside the UK to be certified under the CEMARS scheme by carboNZero Holdings Limited.


UC emerging leaders' retreat a big success

14 February 2012

More than 120 of the country's emerging leaders congregated on campus in the weekend for the Emerging Leaders' Development Programme (ELDP) retreat.


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14 February 2012

The University of Canterbury's Manager - Estate and Assets Peter Molony has provided an update on the status of buildings on campus as the University gets ready to welcome its new and returning students in 2012.


New agreement will lead to wide-ranging collaboration

08 February 2012

The University of Canterbury and ESR have signed a memorandum of agreement that formalises the existing collaborative relationship between the two organisations and will lead to wide-ranging collaboration.


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08 February 2012

Pedal power will be to the fore in the latest project to come from a creative urban regeneration initiative co-founded by UC academic Dr Ryan Reynolds (Theatre and Film Studies) and Canterbury graduate Coralie Winn.


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07 February 2012

Humans and robots can now communicate in a unique new language thanks to the Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand (HIT Lab NZ) based at the University of Canterbury.