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Canterbury Ring Laser Project
-- 2003-11-07

German delegation visits Canterbury's ring laser project, marking 25 years' scientific & technological cooperation between Germany and NZ
 
NZ Youth Skills tested in Regional
Marion Holland -- 2002-12-18

Youth Skills Canterbury does well when NZ Youth Skills tested in Regional, National and World Competitions
 
Honorary DSc for Dr Mason
Reprinted from the University of Canterbury's "Chro -- 2002-08-30

Brian Mason, international meteorite expert, awarded Honorary DSc by University of Canterbury, New Zealand
 
Justice Tipping - a role in shaping the law of New Zealand
Reprinted from the University of Canterbury's "Chro -- 2002-08-30

Judge Stephen Erber presenting Justice Tipping of the Appeal Court for University of Canterbury's honorary LLD
 
Sam Neill awarded honorary LittD by New Zealand's University of Canterbury
Article from the University of Canterbury's Chronicle -- 2002-05-24

Sam Neill is presented for degree of Doctor of Letters from the University of Canterbury by Professor Howard McNaughton.
 
Conferment of the degree of Doctor of Letters
honoris causa

Dame Ann Ballin receives degree of Doctor of Letters honoris causa and the oration outlines her career as psychologist.
 
Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea - Canterbury University
Editor of Canterbury University's Chronicle

New Zealand Government refuses to meet shortfall in University funding yet stresses need for a knowledge economy.
 
"We're closed" - the University fights - New Zealand Government's University Funding
Paul Gorman -- 2001-06-15

Huge rally protested at New Zealand Government's University funding policy at University of Canterbury closed for a half day protest.
 
Linguistics Department At The University Of Canterbury - Interview with Professor Lyle Campbell and Professor Elizabeth Gordon - Linguistics Department Canterbury University
Interview with Professor Lyle Campbell and Professor El -- 2000-12-15

Linguistics Department at Canterbury University has staff enthusiastic about teaching and involved in valuable research.
 
Studying Classics At The University Of Canterbury - Latin Language
Dorothy -- 2000-11-17

University of Canterbury's Classics Department teaches non-language Classical Studies and Latin and Greek languages.
 
 
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