July News RoundUp

We’re reflecting on another great academic year here; fantastic results in the National Students Survey, a Research Excellent Framework result to be very proud of and a return to our spirited graduation celebrations in Canterbury Cathedral!

Celebrating an Amazing Academic Year!

  • On Wednesday 13 July, the Class of 2022 graduated in Canterbury Cathedral and celebrated with a reception in Westgate Hall. We were able to catch up with them informally and raise a toast to their achievements. View the photos.
  • Its not always easy balancing work with studying. After another productive year, these apprentices have really shone. View this year’s winners
  • Our faculty Education Day were finally able to meet in person to celebrate our brilliant NSS results and reflect on how we go forward, inspiring our students in a post-pandemic landscape. More here.

Our World Leading Research Activity

  • Professor Miguel León-Ledesma has collaborated with Laura Puzzello and Adina Ardelean, in this VoxEU column on the complex interaction between sectoral shocks, sectoral specialisation, and geographic diversification in trade and volatility. Read more.
  • Dr Guy Tchuente‘s research is included in a forthcoming OUP book published this September, The Oxford Handbook of the Economy of Cameroon. Read here.
  • If child marriage in India is often seen as a solution by communities not a problem, how can we begin to tackle it? Dr Zaki Wahhaj and Dr Amrit Amirapu have been working on research evidencing that legislation is not the fix it may appear. Learn more.

What we’re looking forward to…

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