CCCU staff are invited to join the newly created Quantitative Research Methods Network. This is an opportunity to support, develop and coordinate the use of quantitative research methods and statistics throughout the University. Continue reading Join the new Quantitative Research Methods Network
The full list of funded research internships is now available on the RED web pages.
There are currently 41 research internship opportunities for students covering a range of subject areas across all faculties. Continue reading Research Internships now open for students to apply
This workshop is for academic staff interested in applying for EU funding for their transnational project or network. Continue reading Staff Development: EU Funding Workshop
The IMPRESS HEALTH 2 project is holding its final conference on 25th March in Canterbury. The event is free and refreshments are provided. Continue reading Interreg IMPRESS Health 2 Project Final Conference
Event Title: Knowledge Exchange in an Era of Austerity – The Challenge of Commercialisation from the Arts and Humanities Perspective
When: Wednesday 18 March, 12.30 to 18.00
Where: Maxwell Davies Building (MDg01), Canterbury campus Continue reading Faculty of Arts & Humanities KE Conference
RED has a team of four Research and Knowledge Exchange Development Managers – one to support each faculty at CCCU. That’s a long job title, but what do we actually do? Continue reading What does an RKE Development Manager *do*?