UC Connect: The Roots of Economic Inequality

4 July 2016 A Princeton University Professor will discuss the pressing social, political and economic issue of inequality in a sold-out UC Connect public lecture at UC tonight. (read article)

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Hear Althea talk about the Entre entrepreneurship scheme and how it provides UC students the opportunity to get practical experience in business while they study.

‘Seeing so many companies expand globally and grow into bigger and better organisations... I just can't wait to be a part of it...’

Neranga Jayaweera Studying towards a BCom in Finance, Management and Strategy and Entrepreneurship
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Announcements and Events

Apply for the MGMT228 Study Tour

What if an OE was part of your degree? Combine your studies with travel and apply for our 2016 Chinese Business Practices and Culture study tour. If you missed the MGMT228 information session, check out the presentation online and make sure you get your application in by 15 July 2016.

UC Teaching Awards 2016

Congratulations to Dr Sarah Wright on receiving a University of Canterbury Teaching Award. Sarah's teaching philosophy promotes complete learner exploration of the subject matter and relies on students taking an active role in their learning (read more)

21 Day Challenge students in Niue

Five entrepreneurial UC students are in Niue making a real difference. With guidance from their Kiwi business and Niuean cultural mentors, the EduKai team are helping the Niuean community conserve and sustainably manage the local food supply (read more and listen to Associate Professor Sussie Morrish talk about the challenge on Radio New Zealand)

Taking Entrepreneurship to Vienna

UC students Andrew Graham and Alistair McLeay attended the Entrepreneurship Avenues Conference held in Vienna. The conference is a new initiative by the Vienna University of Economics and Business, aiming to connect students from around the world with founders, investors and other leading minds in the startup scene (read the Live News article online)

What makes the tourism industry more resilient?

Organisational resilience in the tourism industry, particularly in a post-disaster environment, is at the heart of innovative research by Senior Lecturer in Marketing Dr Girish Prayag. Among his fields of interest, Girish is studying consumption experiences in the services industry focusing on the tourism and hospitality industries (read more)

Humanity needs more powerful global companies

The Department hosted Erskine Visiting Fellow William Starbuck, visiting professor at the Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon, and professor emeritus at New York University for their March Erskine lecture. Professor Starbuck discussed the potential of large corporations to become powerful tools for reducing inequality, alleviating stresses and extending global bonds, through trade and cooperation. He also addressed the role of universities in creating programmes that inform executives and help them to analyse the complex environments they operate in (read more)

PhD graduate honours his academic legacy

Congratulations to Dr Eruera Prendergast-Tarena (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Porou, Te Whānau-a-Apanui) on completing his PhD through the Department of Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship with his research supported by his Ngāi Tahu Research Centre Doctoral Scholarship and a Fulbright/Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Indigenous Scholar Award (read more)

UC Marketing and Tourism research ranks top in New Zealand

The Tertiary Education Commission Performance Based Research Fund (PBRF) assessment continues to recognise the work of our leading researchers. UC is ranked first in marketing and tourism, and second in accounting, finance, management, human resources and industrial relations (read more)

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