Monthly Archive: April 2013

Apr 16

What’s happening to the felled trees?

Wood from the felled trees is being used in an exciting creative project involving students mainly from architecture, anthropology, and wildlife conservation. This learning and teaching project is to design and build a series of ‘totemic benches’ and sculptures to occupy the space between the buildings and thereby form a new social hub for all to enjoy. …

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Apr 16

Senate silent study proves popular

The new silent study PC room in the Senate building, (near the Templeman Library front entrance), has proved very popular with students. The additional PCs which complement the Library provision will be available during the entire summer term.

Apr 16

How are student views being taken into account?

The student body has been involved in the project from the very start feeding into the original Templeman vision document developed in 2008. A consultative group that includes Kent Union representatives and undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as academic staff is well established and this group is ensuring that needs of our user community are …

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