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ERSKINE NEW ARRIVALS – SEPTEMBER

The Erskine Programme would like to welcome the following Visiting Erskine Fellows to the University:

  • Professor Roberto Langella from University of Campania, Italy, arrived 29 August and is teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Professors David Hill & Kendra Sharp from Baylor University, USA, arrived 30 August and are teaching in the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering
  • Assistant Professor Rosanna Veneziano from University of Campania, Italy, arrived 1 September and is teaching in the School of Product Design
  • Associate professor Michel Lavrauw from Sabanci University, Turkey, arrived 5 September and is teaching in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics
  • Associate Professor Regina Burachik from University of South Australia arrived 6 September and is teaching in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics
  • Professor John Hinde from University of Galway, Ireland, arrived 7 September and is teaching in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics
  • Mr Timothy Atkins from TriVector Services arrived 8 September and is teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Dr Bradford Wilson from Princeton University, USA, arrived 8 September and is teaching in the School of Humanities & Creative Arts (History)
  • Dr Timothy Weil from University of Cambridge, UK, arrived 9 September and is teaching in the School of Biological Sciences
  • Professor Robert Hackett from Simon Fraser University, Canada, arrived 9 September and is teaching in the Department of Media & Communication
  • Emeritus Professor Tom Laue from University of New Hampshire, USA, arrived 9 September and is teaching in the School of Biological Sciences
  • Dr Markus Puschenreiter from University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria, arrived 9 September and is teaching in the School of Physical and Chemical Sciences
  • Sir Colin Humphreys from Queen Mary University of London, UK, arrives 13 September and will be teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Dr David Baska from Terracon, USA, arrives 15 September and will be teaching in the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering

We wish all our visitors and their families a wonderful stay at UC!

Ethics drop-in session

The Human Ethics Committee Chair and Coordinator are holding 10 minute drop in sessions for students requiring help or advice on completing their ethics forms. Please encourage your students to drop by at any time between 1pm – 3pm.

If you would like more information please email human-ethics@canterbury.ac.nz
You can find the application templates here:
https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/study/ethics/human-ethics-committee/

Date: 26 September 2019
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Location: Puaka-James Hight Central Library, 212a & 212b Level 2

ERSKINE NEW ARRIVALS

The Erskine Programme would like to welcome the following Visiting Erskine Fellows and their families to the University:

  • Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele from Griffith University, Australia, arrived 23 July and will be teaching in the Department of Management, Marketing & Entrepreneurship
  • Professor Mat Simpson from Queensland University of Technology, arrived 31 July and will be teaching in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Please help us make our two new Erskines and their families feel welcome at UC.

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2020 Academic Exchange Schemes

The Erskine Programme is pleased to announce the following Oxford, Cambridge and Canterbury Fellowships and Grants to and from UC in 2020.

Canterbury Fellowship (coming to UC): Semester 2, 2020

  • Professor Catriona Pennell from the Department of Humanities at the University of Exeter, UK. Professor Pennell will visit the School of Humanities and Creative Arts and the School of Languages, Social and Political Sciences.
  • Professor Pamela Jane Schwikkard from the Department of Public Law at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Professor Schwikkard will visit the School of Law.

Visiting Cambridge Fellowship: Semester 1, 2020

  • Dr Edwin Dalmaijer from the MRC Cognition and Brian Sciences Unit at the University of Cambridge, UK. Dr Dalmaijer will visit the Department of Psychology.
  • Professor Ben Gripaios from the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, UK. Professor Gripaios will visit the School of Physical and Chemical Sciences.
  • Dr Sinead Moylett from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge, UK. Dr Moylett will visit the School of Health Sciences.

Visiting Oxford Fellowship

  • Associate Professor Katharine Burn from the Department of Education at the University of Oxford, UK in Semester 2 2020. Associate Professor Burn will visit the School of Teacher Education.
  • Professor Martin Castell from the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford, UK in Semester 1 2020. Professor Castell will visit the School of Physical and Chemical Sciences.
  • Professor Stephen Harrison from Corpus Christi College at the University of Oxford, UK in Semester 1 2020. Professor Harrison will visit the School of Humanities and Creative Arts.

Visiting Māori and Indigenous Studies Fellowship

  • Dr Kerekere from Tīwhanawhana Trust in Gisborne will visit Aotahi – the School of Māori and Indigenous Studies in Semester 1 2020.

Oxford Grant

  • Professor Gail Gillon from the Child Wellbeing Research Institute will be visiting the Department of Experimental Psychology and the Department of Education at the University of Oxford, UK in Semester 1 2020.
  • Dr Shea Elizabeth Esterling from the School of Law will be visiting the Faculty of Law and the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights at the University of Oxford, UK in Semester 2 2020.
  • Associate Professor Patrick O’Sullivan from the School of Humanities and Creative Arts will be visiting the Faculty of Classics at the University of Oxford, UK in Semester 1 2020.

Cambridge Grant

  • Dr Toni Collins from the School of Law will be visiting the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, UK in Semester 1 2020.

Congratulations to all the successful recipients.  We look forward to welcoming the visiting fellows to UC next year.

ERSKINE NEW ARRIVALS

The Erskine Programme would like to welcome the following Visiting Erskine Fellows to the University:

  • Professor Brooke Harrington from Copenhagen Business School,  Denmark, arrrived 11 July and will be teaching in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems
  • Assistant Professor Sarah Smits-Bandstra from University of Toronto, Canada, arrived 13 July and will be teaching in the School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing
  • Associate Professor Carolyn Baylor from University of Washington, USA, arrived 13 July and will be teaching in the School of Physical and Chemical Sciences
  • Associate Professor Chad Navis from Clemson University, USA, arrived 13 July and will be teaching in the Department of Management, Marketing & Entrepreneurship
  • Dr Paul Matthews from University of Georgia, USA, arrived 13 July and will be teaching in the Department of Educational Studies and Leadership
  • Dr Scott Morrison from Oxford Brookes University, UK, arrived 15 July and will be teaching in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems
  • Dr Krista Malott from Villanova University, USA, arrived 15 July and will be teaching in the Department of Health Sciences
  • Professor Keith Martin from Royal Holloway University of London, arrived 15 July and will be teaching in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Dr Katharine McKinnon from La Trobe University, Australia, arrived 20 July and will be teaching in the Department of Geography

Welcome to all our visitors and their families. We hope you enjoy your time here at UC!