The Department of Geography has regular seminars that are open to all, normally held in Geography room 406 on Mondays from 1-2pm. For upcoming seminars see UC Events for Geography, or subscribe to the GeogSeminars announcement list.
If you would like to give a seminar please contact Dr Kelly Dombroski
Course Level Brochures
Emerging Researcher Award
|The winner of the College of Science Emerging Researcher Award 2016 is Dr Malcolm Campbell of the Department of Geography. Malcolm is co-Director of the GeoHealth Lab and is also a PI in the Geospatial Research Institute Toi Hangarau. Malcolm is a geographer, also with a background in economics. The overall focus of his research is ‘how does place alter health?|
Making Cheese Toasties in Antarctica
|Paul Bealing shows how to maintain a balanced diet while doing science in Antarctica. There is also a more science focused extract featuring Marwan with background shots of Peyman and Kurt. Filmed as part of the upcoming National Geographic series Continent 7: Antarctica which launches on campus Wednesday 9th Nov in C2 at 6pm.|
UC Sustainability Awards
|Professors Eric Pawson and Simon Kingham won the Gold staff award for their trailblazing community service paper GEOG309, and George Moon won the Gold student award for his efforts in creating the Eco Club Network.
A full list of the winners, and more information about their projects, can be found here.
Congrats all round
Congratulations to Andrew Douglas-Clifford (current UC Geog student) and Dr Daniel Hogg (recently completed Geography PhD student) for their success in being named as finalists in the NZ Spatial Awards.
Also congratulations to former UC Geographer and now PVC Science Prof Wendy Lawson, and ex-UC Geography graduate Kurt Janssen for also making the finalist list. More details here.
Congratulations to staff Eric Pawson and Simon Kingham and student George Moon for winning Gold Awards at the University 2016 Sustainability Awards. More details here
Two New UAVs for Geography
|Dr Marwan Katurji shows off two new fixed wing UAVs in front of the Geography Department. The yellow "My Twin Dream" was built by Paul Bealing to go to Antarctica this coming season. Marwan will pilot the aircraft in the Dry Valleys and will be recording turbulence measurements with a custom made turbulence probe. The red "Albatross" has just arrived and will be configured to carry a number of larger sensors for long range atmospheric work (and anything else that comes along as this thing is big enough to carry just about anything).|
New Facility for Geography
|The Regional Science and Innovation Centre is on schedule and Geography will begin its move to this new facility in 2017. For a detailed look at this new modern resource.|
Jobs for Geography Grads
Senior Researcher, Social Sciences - OPUS
For details see their web site application
Principal Environmental Planner - Jacobs
Jacobs are looking for a Principal Environmental Planner to join their new Hamilton team in 2017. This is your chance to lead and provide solutions to their complex projects across the region in the roads, rail, water and power and energy sectors.
Click here for more information.
Principal Water Engineer - Jacobs
Jacobs are looking for an experienced Principal Water Engineer to join them in their Christchurch office this year. This is your chance to bring your technical expertise to deliver projects that meet and exceed their clients expectations.
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Lectureship in Human Geography - Durham University
The department of Geography at Durham University has three lectureships available. These are permanent appointments at the full range of the lectureship grades. Close 20 Nov 2016
NZ Coastal Society Student Award - Australasian Coasts and Ports 2017
The New Zealand Coastal Society is pleased to announce a student award to attend the Australasian Coasts and Ports 2017 Conference, to be held 21-23 June 2017 in Cairns. The award will cover conference registration, attendance at the conference dinner and $1000 towards travel and accommodation. The award winner will be judged on the quality of the accepted abstract and alignment with the goals of the New Zealand Coastal Society. To be eligible the abstract must be accepted to present at Australasian Coasts and Ports 2017, the lead author must be an undergraduate, masters or PhD student at a recognised Tertiary institution based in New Zealand and a student member of the NZ Coastal Society at the time of submission.
So get your abstract into the Australasian Coasts and Ports 2017 Conference by 31st October to be considered.
Click here for more details