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22 August 2012

Social media took on a role which had traditionally been the domain of the church, providing support and guidance, during the Christchurch earthquakes says UC's Dr Ekant Veer.


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15 August 2012

A newly published study has revealed how Māori culture can help Western accounting systems address 21st century challenges.


Students' economic scholarship recognised

02 August 2012

It was a clean sweep for University of Canterbury students who recently won all student award categories at the 53rd annual New Zealand Association of Economists Conference.


UC academic recognised as one of NZ's top teachers

18 July 2012

University of Canterbury senior teaching fellow Stephen Hickson has been recognised as one of New Zealand's top tertiary teachers.


Young entrepreneurs tested in "Dragon's Den"

17 July 2012

The intensity of TV's "Dragon's Den" became a reality for nine young entrepreneurs from Christchurch Boys' High School recently.


Conference to focus on consumers

28 June 2012

Consumer behaviour and psychology will be under the microscope at the Asia-Pacific Association for Consumer Research Conference being hosted by UC's Management Department.


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15 May 2012

UC staff are being given an opportunity to transform their great ideas into reality.


Teaching excellence recognised

10 May 2012

Well-respected political commentator Dr Therese Arseneau (Social and Political Sciences) is one of six University of Canterbury lecturers recognised in the 2011 UC Teaching Awards presented last night by Hon. Steven Joyce, Minister of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment.


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20 April 2012

The Canterbury University Student Volunteer Army, in recognition of its significant contribution to the Christchurch community following the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, has been awarded the Royal New Zealand RSA's Anzac of the Year Award 2012.


The power of blogging revealed at UC

20 April 2012

University of Canterbury academic Dr Eric Crampton (Economics and Finance), who runs one of the country's most-read blogs, is very familiar with the power of blogging.


On the fast track to a high speed career

27 March 2012

Being a student is the perfect pursuit for Richard Moore who has a need for speed and adrenalin as a leading V8 SuperTourer driver.


Statistics made easy

09 March 2012

Looking for better ways to teach statistics, a team of UC academics has harnessed modern technology to reach students.


Quakes barely cause a wobble

06 March 2012

Research at the University of Canterbury in the wake of the Christchurch earthquakes has remained strong despite the challenges thrown up by seismic activity.


UC remembers quake anniversary

22 February 2012

More than 1000 people gathered at the University of Canterbury today to remember and pay tribute to those who died and were affected by the earthquake of 22 February 2011.


UC/powerHouse collaboration could create 50 global businesses by 2020

02 February 2012

Venture capital investment company powerHouse has been "hot housing" young entrepreneurial talent at the University of Canterbury during its first ever summer programme.


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30 January 2012

Campus tours and course advice will be available for anyone still thinking about enrolling at UC in 2012 with a special information session being held this Thursday (2 February).


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18 January 2012

The University of Canterbury is preparing to welcome students from around the world for the start of the 2012 academic year on 20 February.


UC students' national award launches career path

16 December 2011

University of Canterbury commerce students David Loveridge and Pip Widdon have won the national New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants' (NZICA) Student Challenge in style with Loveridge being offered a job at KPMG starting in Wellington in the new year.


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12 December 2011

The University of Canterbury's recent survey of its 2010 graduates has revealed that more than 95 per cent of respondents are either working fulltime or part-time and/or undertaking further study.


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09 December 2011

More than 1400 students will graduate from the University of Canterbury next week in three ceremonies which, for the first time, will be held in the CBS Canterbury Arena in Addington.


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30 November 2011

The Edward Gibbon Wakefield Trust has announced today that it will donate £100,000 to the Wakefield Scholarship Fund which supports a University of Canterbury PhD candidate to undertake a year of funded research at Christ Church, Oxford.


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25 November 2011

A group of University of Canterbury Management 208 students are behind an initiative that will mean that the public can again enjoy a game of chess on an outdoor giant chess set in Christchurch.


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.


Marketer gets big tick from peers and students

20 October 2011

Senior lecturer in marketing Dr Ekant Veer is winning accolades for both his research and teaching.


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18 October 2011

UC management students are using their knowledge to help Christchurch residents. Over the last few months more than 100 students studying the commerce paper MGMT 208: Principles of Leadership, have organised community projects around Christchurch.


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