Jacinta Cording is a senior lecturer in Forensic Psychology, whose research focuses on rehabilitation, working to reduce the harm caused by crime in New Zealand.
Daniel Stack is pursuing his passion of making workplaces better places to be, working as H&S, Wellbeing, Marketing and Proposals co-ordinator at Cosgroves Ltd.
James is an avid data scientist and software engineer, developing bespoke data-driven software for companies around the world.
A research fellow in the Biomolecular Interaction Centre, Olivia's research spans coeliac disease, gluten, allergies, food protein structure and cultivated meat.
Peter’s passion for the Antarctica was fuelled by his experiences as a UC Master’s student. Now Peter is the Environmental Manager for Antarctica New Zealand.
Entrepreneurship has been the name of the game since Luke first started at UC. During his undergrad he co-founded Vxt, a digital communication platform with help from UCE.
As a quantitative freshwater ecologist at NIWA, Amy’s asking tough questions as she tries to solve challenging environmental problems.
Hannah Prebble is a scientist at MARS Bioimaging Ltd – an award-winning manufacturer of innovative medical research technology.
As a chemistry teacher, Matt Vannoort has been able to fulfill his passions for education and science in his career.
Entrepreneurial scientist Logan Williams is applying the knowledge he gained from his BSc to solve real-world problems.
UC Science graduate Sophie Bainbridge is now an Engineering Geologist, helping to create a more resilient future for New Zealand.
BSc graduate Sylvia Maclaren is the Programme Manager for the Flood Protection and Stormwater team at Christchurch City Council.
PhD graduate Anna Farquhar is a Senior Scientist at Aeroqual, an Auckland-based leader in air quality monitoring.
Science graduates go on to all sorts of careers. In this short video, hear three UC alumni talk about their time at UC and where it has taken them.