Getting towards the end of your undergrad study? Interested to learn about the benefits of postgrad study?
Did you know that an engineer can move to study business for example, or an arts student can study in science?
As part of our Postgrad Options Week we will be holding this information session so you can find out everything you need to know about Postgraduate study option and support.
This session will cover:
Types of degrees- from progression to conversion, taught and research pathways
Benefits of Postgraduate study
You can also join us for our drop in sessions in Puaka James Hight Library 10am-1pm Monday 15 Aug-Wednesday 17 Aug.
Four visiting Structural Engineering academics from Japan invite you to join them to discuss modern aspects of earthquake engineering based on field data collected after major Japanese earthquakes and dynamic tests conducted on reinforced concrete specimens.
Kā Waimaero|The Ngāi Tahu Centre invites students, staff & inquisitive minds to attend our August seminar, presented by Dr John Reid.
Titled - Building Kaitiaki Intelligence Platforms: Positioning iwi as the national first-movers in precision, high-resolution environmental monitoring
Tuesday 16th August 2022 at 9.30am - 10.30am
Rehua 226 - University of Canterbury, Ilam CampusThere will be opportunity for Q&A, and kai | morning-tea will be provided at the end of the seminar.
REGISTER FOR FREE NOW! https://events.humanitix.com/ngai-tahu-centre-seminar-building-kaitiaki-intelligence-platforms
In lieu of hosting via zoom, the recording of the presentation will be shared after the seminar. Abstract
Over the last few years there has been significant advances in environmental monitoring using satellites, drones, and other detectors. These technologies are rapidly dropping in cost and provide accurate and live feedback on the environmental impacts of Aotearoa’s agricultural and forestry industries. Iwi are well-positioned to invest in these technologies and retrieve constant and live feedback on the mauri of whenua, awa, hapua, and moana. With these technologies iwi could steer environmental policy-making according to their own values and lead the development of sustainable farming, fishing, and forestry operations. Furthermore, such technology platforms create the foundation for next-generation green markets grounded in indigenous ethics.