Our academics have had some amazing research award news this month, we’ve been the first to explore some ground-breaking research areas and had a visit from a thought provoking International V.I.P. – its all in our October RoundUp.
- Psychology Graduate Rianna Patterson was appointed as Community Manager at One Young World – a global forum for young leaders. Read more about her role.
- Kent’s Centre for World Affairs (KCWA) is a platform that aims to provide a space for early career researchers to get their research out into the world. Find out about their PhD-led platform to communicate interdisciplinary research within the Human and Social Sciences Division.
- First survey examining sexual violence by male UK students conducted by Kent researchers. See their findings here.
Our academics are winners!
- Dr Jim Everett is announced as a 2021 Leverhulme Prize Winner. Learn more about the prize.
- Dr Aleksandra Cichocka, Reader in Political Psychology, has recently received a research award of £306K from the Leverhulme Trust for her project titled Does Identity Rhetoric Boost Online Political Message. Find out more about the project.
We received a visit…
- Refugee puppet girl Little Amal, a performance art piece to highlight forced migration, visited our Canterbury campus after walking 8000km from Syria across Europe to the Kent coast. Read more about her visit.
How moral are we?
- Dr Pascal Burgmer took part in Richard Docwra’s ‘Humans and Hope’ podcast about Human Behaviour’ with a focus on morality. Listen here.