very warm welcome to our Public & Community Engagement website. It has been and will continue to be developed
as an inclusive space for engagement.
The University of Kent has pledged to be a leading civic university by 2025, to serve the communities around us and to help them flourish in every possible way. That’s a mission and a vision that fills us with great excitement and pride. However, we can only do this by working fully in partnership with our staff, students, members of our local, national or global communities, partners and businesses.
So I invite you to watch the video, take a look around the website at the various events, projects and collaborations already taking place and if there’s something that you’d like to be involved in or perhaps something new you’d like to explore, please get in touch.
By working and engaging together we can achieve so much.
Leading thinker Kenan Malik is holding a talk at Kent on 7 February, where he will challenge the conventional histories both of the idea of race and of the struggles to confront racism.
A good portion of panto’s extensive heritage is held in the University of Kent archives
Our Community Oasis Garden is just one of the ways we are making our make our campus more green
Kent moves up in the People and Planet University League for environmental and ethical performance.
Kent's David Drummond Pantomime Collection is adding Cinder’Aliyah: to its archives.
Thrilling new British Film Institute science television series launched and ready to watch
University Ramsgate High Street shop open
Critical perspectives in the field of birth
Find out what exciting opportunities are available for younger members of the family
Stellar new line-up includes iconic bands Pussy Riot, The Foreign Office, 1927 and Improbable
Hundreds of young people ‘Reconnect’ on campus through a shared passion for innovative learning
Award winning Colyer-Fergusson Hall offers a way for everyone to create and enjoy music and song
On the 9 March Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell will talk about Astronomy and Poetry in the next lecture
See something you like or have an idea to share? Get in touch. We are waiting to hear from you.