News archive 2015

Can we trust computers with our health data?

24 August 2015

Professor Tim David will explore the use of computers in the health arena at a free public lecture at the University of Canterbury at 7:00pm on Wednesday 26 August.

Samoan student celebration in Christchurch

24 August 2015

Hundreds of Samoan university students arrive in Christchurch this week for six days of competitions and celebration of Samoan culture.

Students' renewable energy designs assist Tonga

21 August 2015

Five UC electrical engineering students have returned from Tonga after assisting the local power company to investigate various renewable energy projects.

Life of Canterbury cricket's founding fathers

19 August 2015

The lives of the Brittan brothers and their contribution during the settlement of Canterbury are explored in a new book published by Canterbury University Press (CUP).

Canterbury student to present brain research

19 August 2015

A UC PhD student will present world-leading research in lapse/microsleep detection at an international conference in Italy this month.

Earthquake book to be launched at Film Festival

14 August 2015

A new book about how earthquakes have been represented on film will be launched on 20 August during the New Zealand International Film Festival.

Fulbright scholarship takes UC student to Florida

13 August 2015

University of Canterbury (UC) student Tom Swan is heading to the United States after being awarded a Fulbright scholarship to study mosquitoes.

Arts education can boost Kiwi economy

10 August 2015

The purpose of a university education and the value of an Arts degree will be explored at a free public lecture at UC at 7pm on Wednesday 12 August.

Canterbury student becomes World Champion

05 August 2015

Bradley Meredith, an engineering student at the UC, has won top prize in the international finals of the 14th 'Chinese Bridge' competition held this week in Beijing, China.

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30 July 2015

The University of Canterbury Council will lead the way in reducing the size of its governing body - from 20 members to 12, following the gazetting of a new constitution.

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