Pangolin trade study highlights the need for urgent reforms28 May 2015
Research suggests Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora needs to act on the economics of wildlife trade.
Kent rises to 16th in Guardian University Guide 2016
KENT LIFE | 28 May 2015
Kent Business School research makes international headlines
SOCIETY | 19 May 2015
Kent up to 24th in ‘Table of Tables’
KENT LIFE | 10 October 2014
Workshops on medieval burial and forensic anthropology
KENT LIFE | 27 May 2015
Kent rises to 16th in Guardian University Guide 201628 May 2015
More good news for the University with the announcement that it has achieved its highest league table position to date with a rise of four places in the Guardian.
Royal recognition for KBS’s enterprising approach28 May 2015
Kent Business School’s innovative approach to promoting student enterprise has been recognised with a special royal invitation.
Martial arts expert offers campus classes28 May 2015
Martial arts expert Chris Barron has taught a number of free classes on-campus as part of National Mental Health Awareness Week.
Book celebrates life and work of Frank Cioffi27 May 2015
Friends and colleagues of the late Professor Frank Cioffi attended the launch of a book dedicated to the life and work of the celebrated philosopher.
Dementia research and the benefits of arts practices22 May 2015
Beacon Institute project to discuss how our knowledge and understanding of dementia are being expanded by drama, music, film and digital arts.
SECL professor contributes to new ethics report21 May 2015
Professor Robin Gill has contributed to a new report on the ethical issues of involving children and young people in clinical research.