Graduate School News
From Canterbury to Athens: The Dean of the Graduate School Welcomes new MA cohort
10 October 2017
Paul Allain, Dean of the Graduate School, recently visited the University of Kent at Athens to welcome the new cohort of MA in Heritage Management students in Elefsina. In addition to extending a warm welcome to the students at their induction, the dean gave a lecture on his latest research, spoke with students about the specifics of their course and detailed the various means of support provided by the Graduate School...
Kent Leads the Way in Lifelong Learning
6 October 2017
Congratulations go to Rev Norma Stewart, after successfully defending her thesis. Full details of her achievement against the odds can be found here
New Nature Trail Opens This Weekend, Saturday & Sunday, 7th & 8th October
5 October 2017
The Kent Tree Ogham Trail, a Postgraduate Experience Award project led by Joana Canelas, will be opened this weekend. This is a new nature trail around campus, inviting walkers to consider the ancient significance of the tree species we have around us. The Tree Ogham is an ancient bardic alphabet where each letter is named after a tree. During this open weekend the team will ask why trees are so import...
Congratulations to Deborah Molloy, winner of the Elsa Nettels Prize for a Beginning Scholar
29 August 2017
Deborah Molloy, a member of the Graduate School team, has been awarded the Elsa Nettels Prize for a Beginning Scholar from the Edith Wharton Society. She won the prize for her paper entitled: “In the Cave of the Oracle: Feminine Tragedy in The House of Mirth and Mrs Manstey’s View.” In addition to winning the £250 prize, the essay ...