Delegation looks at smart city research in Europe

26 September 2012

A University of Canterbury wireless communications expert has been included as part of an elite New Zealand delegation to look at smart city research in Europe later this year


pe-students

25 August 2014

Research at the University of Canterbury has found nearly all their recent PE Teacher graduates are now in paid employment.


mature-students-thrive

27 May 2015

Changing careers can be daunting, particularly when change requires university study. Starting, or returning, to university as a mature student can be overwhelming for some people.


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17 November 2015

Congratulations to Danielle Dubien for being awarded a CSFP scholarship. The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP) is an international programme under which member governments offer scholarships and fellowships to citizens of other Commonwealth countries. She plans to begin her PhD in early 2016 and will be supervised by Distinguished Professor Niki Davis and Professor Lindsey Conner.


Book examines the forces shaping social policy

03 March 2016

A new book aims to educate social work students on how policy is influenced, examining political ideologies and media framing.


UC academic's new book on trans-Tasman gold rush

07 March 2016

A new book reveals the obscured historic connections forged between Australia and New Zealand during the gold rush period.


UC students help preserve architectural heritage

11 March 2016

UC students have been working to preserve historic architectural drawings by renowned architect Cecil Wood in a Macmillan Brown Library project.


The global refugee crisis and New Zealand's role

15 March 2016

In this upcoming UC Connect public lecture, the University of Canterbury will hear from Abbas Nazari, a UC Political Science postgraduate and former refugee from Afghanistan.


UC academic writes for UN on sustainability

18 March 2016

UC Associate Professor Bronwyn Hayward is one of 50 world experts, business leaders, and community advocates invited to contribute to a new United Nations report.


Students fundraise for Thai children's charity

06 April 2016

Volunteering with disadvantaged children in Bangkok over the summer break has inspired two students to raise money for the institute which cares for them.


Voices Against War

28 April 2016

UC's School of Humanities and Creative Arts and the Disarmament and Security Centre have created a new website focusing on Cantabrians' untold WWI stories.


Ioane appointed UC Pacific Artist in Residence

09 May 2016

New Zealand-Samoan artist Ioane Ioane has been appointed Artist in Residence for the Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies at UC.


NZ literature champion retires after four decades

27 May 2016

UC Emeritus Professor Patrick Evans, who was instrumental in legitimising New Zealand literature, has retired following a significant career spanning over four decades.


Gallipoli link to the Armenian genocide

03 June 2016

As Germany recognises the Armenian genocide upsetting relations with Turkey, UC historian Dr David Monger is adding to knowledge of the WWI event and says there's Kiwi link.


Alan Wood and Allan Miller

03 July 2016

EPECentre researchers have received two awards at the Electricity Engineers’ Association (EEA) Conference.


Fellow from Hawaii to teach Te Reo at UC

12 July 2016

The University of Canterbury's Te Reo programme in Aotahi: School of Māori and Indigenous Studies welcomed its first ever Visiting Canterbury Fellow yesterday.


UC Connect:The Dis-United States - Clinton v Trump

21 July 2016

An upcoming UC Connect free public lecture will focus on the raucous 2016 Presidential election in the United States, which is causing headlines around the world.


Academic joins UN scientific Climate Change panel

27 July 2016

UC political scientist Bronwyn Hayward has been invited to advise how the world's scientific community should respond to limit global warming.


Ancient meets hi-tech as UC 3D-prints antiquities

03 August 2016

The University of Canterbury is using modern 3D-printing technology to preserve and study rare classical antiquities, many dating back more than three millennia.


'EQ f***ing C' - A Revenge Comedy in the making

09 September 2016

In an upcoming public lecture, UC academic, playwright and director Dr Christina Stachurski will discuss the process of writing a comedy especially for Christchurch.


O le malaga malosi tele - a very strong journey

15 September 2016

Showcasing work produced by Ioane Ioane during his 2016 Creative New Zealand/Macmillan Brown Pacific Artist Residency, O le malaga malosi tele provides a glimpse into Samoa's


Restoring world's first recorded computer music

26 September 2016

UC Distinguished Professor Jack Copeland and UC alumni Jason Long have restored the earliest known recording of computer-generated music, created more than 65 years ago.


Lectures focus on Māori experience of trauma

29 September 2016

The UC Ngāi Tahu Research Centre is hosting a lecture series, He Kokonga Whare - Māori and the Transmission of Historical Trauma.


UC in NZ's first autonomous e-vehicle trial

04 October 2016

The University of Canterbury's hi-tech researchers are playing a vital part in trialling New Zealand's first fully autonomous electric vehicle.


UC in NZ's first autonomous e-vehicle trial

04 October 2016

The University of Canterbury's hi-tech researchers are playing a vital part in trialling New Zealand's first fully autonomous electric vehicle.


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