University of Kent

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Group.png University of Kent  
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MottoLatin: Cui servire regnare est
Formation4 January 1965
Type• Public
• research
An important centre for research into "conspiracy theories"

The University of Kent is a public research university based in Kent, United Kingdom. The University was granted its Royal Charter on 4 January 1965 and the following year Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, was formally installed as the first Chancellor.[1]

The university has its main campus north of Canterbury situated within 300 acres (1.2 km2) of park land, housing over 6,000 students, as well as campuses in Medway and Tonbridge in Kent and European postgraduate centres in Brussels, Athens, Rome and Paris.[2] The University is international, with students from 158 different nationalities and 41% of its academic and research staff being from outside the United Kingdom.[3]

Research

The University of Kent is an important centre for research into "conspiracy theories". Researchers include Karen Douglas.

 

Employees on Wikispooks

EmployeeJobAppointedEnd
Tim LuckhurstProfessor of JournalismMay 2007November 2019
Robbie SuttonReader in PsychologyJuly 2005

 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornNationalitySummaryDescription
Ivo Daalder2 March 1960Diplomat
Deep state operative
Fu YingJanuary 1953ChinaDiplomat
Politician
Double Bilderberger Chinese ambassador to the UK
Fleur JustBureaucracyLeader of UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office sponsored NGO
Hector Lafayeedney7 December 1996UKA member of the Institute for Statecraft, the group of which his father and half-brother were directors.
Munira MirzaMay 1978
Nikki Sinclaire26 July 1968UKPoliticianA member of the European Parliament
Emily Thornberry27 July 1960UKPolitician
Lawyer
Diana Wallis28 June 1954UKPolitician


References

  1. Graham Martin, From Vision to Reality: the Making of the University of Kent at Canterbury (University of Kent at Canterbury, 1990) pages 11–36 ISBN 978-0-904938-03-6
  2. http://www.kent.ac.uk/locations/
  3. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/university-kent#ranking-dataset/128777