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Developing Good Faith

As Christians are increasingly considered ‘irrelevant,’ Christian higher education is more important than ever.

Irrelevant and extreme: two adjectives increasingly being used to describe Christians in the United States. 161 more words


T20 Champions!

The Kent Women’s Cricket team, sponsored by Canterbury Christ Church University,
have won the Nat West T20 competition. Paul Carney, Director of Sport was invited to present Megan Belt and the rest of the team with the T20 trophy during the interval of the Kent v Yorkshire match on 18th August… And it might get better for the Kent Women. 74 more words


CCCU Future Objectives Brings Anti-Doping Education to The Forefront

By Phil Hurst

Over the past 12 months doping stories have littered the front and back pages of the newspapers. As an athlete, a PhD researcher, university tutor at Canterbury Christ Church University and educational representative on the UK Athletics Anti-Doping Policy and Support team, I have had the opportunity to study and discuss the often crazy, theatrical series of doping in sport. 327 more words


Laura Reilly - Athletics Sport Scholar

Most athletes train between five to seven days a week. Personally, I train in track work six days a week – flat speed work, speed and power endurance as well as hurdling technique. 527 more words


Lizzy Nicholl - Rugby Sport Scholar

Rugby has always been a massive part of my life. I grew up in a household where rugby was on the television at every available opportunity. 473 more words


Louiz Duprez - Hockey Sport Scholar

My first experience of playing hockey was when I joined Canterbury Hockey Club at 7 years old. I was lucky to have this great club in close proximity which encouraged me to take up hockey.   273 more words


The Data Revolution - Why is Big Data a Big Deal for Universities?

All CCCU staff and CCCU Research Degree students are welcome.  Wednesday 6th July, 9.30am – 4pm, Pg09.  For more information click on link  Big data Event CCCU 6th July 2016 A4