Alumni Kami Asamani wearing a blue blazer and glasses, smiling as she look up and to the right.

Latest issue of Kent magazine now available

The latest issue of the University magazine is out now, available in print on the Canterbury and Medway campuses, and online on Issuu.

This issue includes:

Cover story: An alumni feature by Kami Asamani who writes about her time at Kent and her career path to date.

An introduction to the University’s advancement campaign from the Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Karen Cox and the three themes of the campaign – with a case study for each theme below.

A World of Opportunity – “It’s time for action, not excuses, on inclusive theatre” by Alumni Postgraduate Research Scholar, Kasia Senyszyn.

A World of Discovery –  A Balancing Act: The Science of Vestibular Stimulation, outlining this pioneering research by Professor David Wilkinson.

A World of Community – Memories of the Gulbenkian, following on from the celebration of their 50th anniversary last year, and information about their name-a-seat appeal.

Staff profile: Sam Ranger, Street Kitchen Chef.

Student profile: Eloise Jack, Music Performance Scholar and BSc Biochemistry student.

Some of the articles have been optimised for mobile devices – on Issuu select ‘Read issue here’ and pick one of the articles listed under ‘What’s inside’.

If you’d prefer a hard copy, you can pick one up from:

Canterbury: Gulbenkian cafe, the Sports Centre, Templeman Library cafe, Keynes foyer.

Medway: The Deep End foyer (magazine stand just inside the door), Gillingham Building and Medway Building receptions, and the Rochester Building foyer.

Kent staff: Alternatively, if you’d like to be sent a copy in the internal mail, please email your name and location to Chris Wenham via

Work has already started on the next issues of the magazine, but if you’ve got ideas, please contact the Editorial Board.