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KENT - Spring 2005
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Four decades has seen Kent grow from a building site on a hill outside of Canterbury to one of the most exciting universities in the UK today. Read about some of the highlights from the past 40 years.
News headlines in this edition:
- Porton Down - human rights v national interest
- Service of Celebration
- Volunteering award - Lawal Muhammad
- Anglo-French ministerial visit
- Keeping time for conservation
- Manhandling joysticks
- Soprano support for bursary scheme
- Alumni Careers Fair
- Channel Tunnel impact
- Phonathon reaches target
- The 40th anniversary fund
- Stage Spiders in Tanzania
Kent Alumni and families
Many alumni meet their life partner during their undergraduate years; and increasingly, the children of Kent alumni are studying here, a development the University considers high praise indeed. In the last issue of KENT, we asked for contributions from multi-generational Kent families. Read about the memories from four families.
Business links: Eddy Fong - link the East and West
Eddy Fong - linking East and West.
Shaping the world
Graduates from the University of Kent can be found in all walks of life, making a contribution in a huge variety of ways. Read interviews with some of them.
- Romancing Royalty
- Understanding everyday risk
- Nanobiotechnology project challenges US dominance
- Top prize for Kent astronomers
- Helping the hospices
- Crime and the consumer culture
- Kent contribution to mental health policy
- Development policies, not local people, main threat to conservation of Peruvian rain forests
Forty years on
- David Clark R82 (now a journalist with IPC Media) interviewed John Tagholm EH65 as his days as one of Kent's first 500.
Keeping up with Kent graduates: actuarial scientists
- This issue of KENT finds out what some of our graduates in Actuarial Science have been up to since they left university.
Who's What Where
- Read a selection of newly updated entries
- See the complete Who's What Where