Rolling news coverage: EU Referendum25 May 2016
Keep up to date with Kent's experts as they provide new insights and perspectives on key Referendum issues for UK and international media.
Kent poet addresses the language of asylum24 May 2016
New book of poetry addresses the hostile language that surrounds the reception of people seeking asylum in the UK.
Student behind new Comedy Fringe Festival23 May 2016
Stand-up Comedy MA student, Matt Hoss, is producing a new Comedy Fringe Festival in a city centre pub in Canterbury.
Emerging artists in End of Year Degree Show20 May 2016
The public are invited to the Historic Dockyard in Chatham to explore the latest graduate work from the School of Music and Fine Art.
Innovative research on neglected diseases wins award19 May 2016
University bioscientist Dr Barrie Rooney has been named Social Innovator 2016 by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).
Invoking the senses during historic city walks19 May 2016
The public are invited to engage in sensory walks around the city of Canterbury in order to invoke the feelings of the city.
Kent and Sierra Leone students in law clinic partnership19 May 2016
An ongoing partnership between Kent Law Clinic and a law clinic in Sierra Leone is enhancing the legal education of law students from both countries.
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