Congratulations to our 2016 SAC graduates

Final year students and successful postgraduates from the School of Anthropology & Conservation graduated in July in a ceremony celebrating student achievement and the University‚Äôs commitment to remaining a diverse, European-focused institution. Following the ceremony, held in the inspiring venue of Canterbury Cathedral, a champagne reception took place for graduates in the Marlowe building where…

International Impact Award Success

The School is please to announce that we have been awarded a Silver International Impact Award by the University’s Dean for Internationalisation. The International Impact Award scheme is a new venture in 2016 which seeks to recognise and reward internationalisation-related achievement within schools and departments at Kent, in line with key aspects of the University’s…

Obituary: Dr Janet Bagg

Dr. Janet Bagg passed away on June 11th 2016 after a long illness, at the age of 59. Janet was born on December 12th, 1956. She gained her BA Archaeology from University of Wales, Cardiff, in 1979. After graduating, she worked on excavations, historic buildings surveys and as a researcher for Canterbury Museum. She married…

Ask Shelley – Coping with Exam Anxiety

Exam season is always a stressful period for students, but there’s no need to worry as Student Wellbeing Services are here to support you through this tricky time. The Wellbeing team offers free support to all students experiencing distress arising from psychological, emotional or mental health issues and can offer support on a wide range…

Farewell to Colleagues

In the last few weeks we have seen a number of changes in the professional services team with two valued members of the team leaving us for retirement and pastures new. Chris Williams joined SAC (then the Department of Anthropology) as a part-time clerical financial assistant in April 2005, shortly before the retirement of Joan…