Loss of QE II Stadium has affected the performance

25 July 2014 Two University of Canterbury economics experts believe the loss of Queen Elizabeth II Stadium because of the earthquakes has affected the performance of Canterbury athletes. (read article)

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Announcements and Events

Christchurch nightlife back to pre-quake levels

Associate Professor Sussie Morrish from the Department of Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship spoke with The Press, Daily Mail, TV3, NewstalkZB and TVNZ about the number of restaurants, bars and cafes in Christchurch almost being back to pre-quake levels.

What if... Health promotion campaigns actually worked?

In the first What if Wednesdays lecture of the year, Associate Professor by Ekant Veer takes a consumer behaviourist perspective to first understand how people consume and engage in behaviours that may be deemed unhealthy; then use the same motivations to engage people to consume in a healthier manner. Professor Veer's lecture draws heavily on his research and work by other consumer researchers engaged in initiatives to promote public health in New Zealand and internationally (watch the lecture on YouTube online)

MGMT228 Study Tour to China

Applications are now open for MGMT228, our popular study tour to China. This four-week study tour offers you an opportunity to take courses on Chinese business practices and culture, and interact with Chinese students and businesses. The study tour is open to anyone who has completed a year of study at UC and at least two commerce papers (read more)

Project aims to improve the reach of social services

A three year research project has secured $1.4 million of Government funding to strengthen ways for social services to engage with families/whānau. Senior Lecturer, Dr Jörg Finsterwalder says this research project is not only relevant nationally but also globally because research related to improving wellbeing has been named one of the top ten research priorities (read the press release at Scoop Media online)

UC Marketing and Tourism research ranks top in New Zealand

The 2013 Tertiary Education Commission Performance Based Research Fund (PBRF) assessment continues to recognise the work of our leading researchers (read more)

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