In 2019, UC Rec & Sport would like to encourage both staff and students to participate in our drop-in social sport sessions at the Rec Centre.
This is a great opportunity to get out of the office for an hour each day during the week, burn off some steam and take part in different sports with other UC staff and students.
Drop-in sessions are FREE for Rec Centre members and $2 for non-members. All games take place in the Sports Hall or the Gym.
Term 1 Schedule beginning 28 January (can also be found on our website here>):
• Monday – Futsal 12-1pm
• Tuesday – Volleyball 12-1pm
• Wednesday – Badminton 1-2pm
• Thursday – Basketball 1-2pm
• Friday – Volleyball 12-1pm
Alternatively, our Social Sport Leagues are open to staff, students and community members. If you would like to enter a team in social sport competition please follow this link>
Games begin 25th of February.
Communications Disorders | Te Tari Mātai Hauora Reo are on the move. This week they will be moving from their current locations to the Geography and Psychology buildings.
From next week (21 January) you will find your Communications Disorders colleagues in the following new locations:
- Geography/Psychology lab block, level 1 north: Clinic reception, including Psychology clinic reception
- Geography/Psychology lab block, level 3 (north and south end of building)
- Geography staff building, level 3
- Psychology staff building, level 3.
Find out more about Communications Disorders | Te Tari Mātai Hauora Reo here>
Please join us in celebrating Dr Rod Carr’s time as Vice-Chancellor Tumu Whakarae.
When: Friday 1 February from 4pm – 6pm
Where: Ilam Homestead
This will be an informal function for staff to enjoy in beautiful surrounds. There will be a grazing table and a cash bar.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Friday 18 January.
If you would like to leave a farewell message for Rod, a book is currently available at the reception desk on Level 6 of the Matariki building.
The Erskine Programme would like to welcome our first visitor of the new year.
Professor Steven Kramer from the University of Washington, USA arrived on 7 January and will be teaching in the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
We wish Professor Kramer and his family all the very best for their stay.