Monthly Archives: June 2019

Jason Nurse: expert comment on EA platform’s vulnerability

Lecturer Dr Jason Nurse has been called on to give his expert opinion on a security vulnerability on a popular gaming platform. Jason is quoted in a Wired UK article entitled ‘A series of dumb security flaws left millions of EA … Continue reading

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“Do you get the summer off?” What DO the staff get up to when the students are away?

“It must be wonderful working at a university with that long summer break.” That’s something you’ll hear a lot if you ever choose a career in higher education. For three months between the end of the summer term and the … Continue reading

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New library resources available on and off campus

New content is now available in the University of Kent library (with many online): Computer Science: Over 1000 ebooks published in the last three years covering key topics including big data, databases, opensource, web development, Java, Python, Apple & Swift … Continue reading

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Above and Beyond Award for Kwai Yoke McLoughlin

Computing Support Lecturer Kwai Yoke McLoughlin has received not just one but two Above and Beyond Awards in May 2019 for providing good teaching, additional support to students and ongoing encouragement throughout the year. Students felt that she had gone … Continue reading

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