Dr Diane Ruwhiu attended the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education, Toronto, 24th – 29th July. Poutama Ara Rau (Otago Research Theme on Indigenous Learning and Education - http://www.otago.ac.nz/te-poutama…/research/otago330602.html) presented on the world stage led by Dr. Karyn Paringatai (Te Tumu, School of Māori, Pacific & Indigenous Studies) Dr. Diane Ruwhiu (Department of Management, Otago Business School) and Pearl Matahiki (Manager of the Otago University Maori Centre) with their theme "Seeking Innovative Māori Learner Success in Tertiary Studies.”
Included in the graduation ceremony of Saturday 19 August 2017 was our first students to graduate with a major in Human Resources Management. Congratulations!
Dr Sara Walton led off the evening, explaining that she and her team had been researching the future of work in Dunedin to 2030, the future of ICT in Dunedin, and had received funding to research high-value manufacturing to 2040. ODT article and Video.
Students were challenged to put the theory of what they had learnt into practice to raise money for Dunedin Night Shelter. Full ODT article.
Babak Zahraei and Naoto Nadayama both had their PhD awarded at Saturday's graduation ceremony. They were amongst the 57 management graduates at this ceremony. Congratulations to you all.
Opinion: Lessons from United - How to make an apology - Professor Steven Grover
- 27 April: Ruth Mrabure submitted her PhD thesis to the Doctoral Office for examination.
- 21 February: Somayeh Bahmannia submitted her PhD thesis to the Doctoral Office for examination
Dean Hall is an Otago BCom (Management) graduate who is the founder of a very successful gaming studio. Full Stuff article.