New Zealand Aerospace 2019 Awards, 12.30pm to 1.30pm
See the top three finalists from the morning session present their solution. The Grand Prize Winner will be announced by Valentin Merino Villeneuve, Head of Airbus Defence and Space Australasia, and Hon Dr Megan Woods, Minister of Research, Science and Innovation.
Light refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the event
The eagerly awaited fourth book from award-winning writer Frankie McMillan, The Father of Octopus Wrestling and other small fictions is steeped in human vulnerability and eccentricity.
Dubbed New Zealand’s ‘maestro of flash fiction’ by renowned short story writer Owen Marshall for her previous collection My Mother and the Hungarians, and other small fictions, McMillan is recognised internationally for her mastery of the increasingly popular flash fiction genre.
“Every story is like a sky rocket we haven’t seen before – flaring and sparkling in unexpected ways,” award-winning author Lloyd Jones says of the latest collection
To be in to win a copy of this beautiful book for your own collection, simply answer the following question:
What was the title of Frankie’s 2016 book of small fictions? [hint here]
The Government wants to shift towards an education system with stronger student voice – where all students have their voices valued, listened and responded to and are empowered to be strong advocates for their own and others’ educational journeys.
To help them move towards this, they want to hear from as many tertiary students, staff, providers, organisations, and education agencies as possible.
They want to know what UC staff and students think about student voice, and some of the government’s initial thinking on how to enhance student voice.
Awards for NZ professionals, academics and artists.
From the personal to the professional, Fulbright creates lasting, meaningful connections in a complex and changing world.
Scholar Awards aren’t just for academics – Fulbright is encouraging professionals, artists and other leaders to apply. There are a large variety of UC institutions who host Scholars – from universities or colleges, to museums, non-profits, think-tanks – any organisation with a research or lecturing component.
The awards are valued at up to US$37,500 towards three to five months of lecturing and/or research at US institutions.