Kent Magazine returns this winter 2021/22 to bring you all the latest news, research, and stories from the Kent community.
It's available a few different ways:
Read features by and about our alumni, staff and students
Read our Q&A with an MBA alumna, angel investor and tech entrepreneur who now supports KBS students.
His life and his career, going viral, fundraising, ballet, film and TV work as an extra, and more!
A conversation with Pako Lekoko, a recent graduate, who discusses her time at Kent and beyond.
Meet Ants Galt, Library Assistant in Information Services. He's also known as Stan the Scan Man!
Bestway Foundation Scholar Mahnoor reflects on her journey from Pakistan to Kent during a pandemic!
A chat with the alumnus, former professional poker player, and now owner of The Monument Canterbury.
Under pressure from the climate crisis facing us all, the work of the Landscape and Grounds Team and Sustainability Team is shaping a new campus.
They are inspired and guided by developments and research in environmental science, underpinned by a desire to create an environment which benefits everyone – balancing the needs of students, staff and the local community with those of the wildlife which populates the campus.
Visit our News Centre to stay up to date with the latest news from the University of Kent.
Read about the visit of Little Amal to our Canterbury campus.
Last year we asked alumni to send us their favourite photos from their time here. View the gallery!
Visit our alumni news page where we post our 'in memoriam' notices.
The University of Kent magazine is put together by an Editorial Board, made up of colleagues from across the University.
Editor: Christopher Wenham
Designer: Lesley Farr
Principal photography: Matt Wilson
Editorial team: Gary Hughes, Tim Farrow-House, Andrea Shieber, Tim Davies
With special thanks to: Rhys Higgins, Alex Perkins, Ian White, Karen Baxter, Olivia Miller, Sam Wood, Dr Philip Pothen, Dr Simone Kraemer, Dr Des Laffey, Laura Kimpton, Mary Langford, Hilary Edridge, Dr John Wills, Professor Shane Weller, Basma Taysir El Doukhi, Emily Mason, Chris Wright, Pako Lekoko, Ants Galt, Bernard Bibby, Mike Wilkins, Kalia Yiannakis, Dr John Stolz, Zulfikaur Wajid-Hasan & the Bestway Foundation.