He Kupu Whakamahara | Chronicle No.58 is now live, highlighting key research and developments at UC. Chronicle is one of the ways we keep our alumni, stakeholders and schools informed and inspired.
From drone doctors to world-first insulin technology, UC research makes a positive impact both locally and globally. With people, research and education at the forefront of our mission, highlighting the success of UC students, staff and alumni is a key part of paving the way for our future.
The annual awards ceremony has been running since 2003 and has evolved into one of the largest business awards ceremonies in Aotearoa New Zealand. The awards recognise and celebrate the excellence, innovation and success of businesses and not-for-profit organisations in Canterbury.
The awards are a celebration of the commitment women across the country are making by devoting their time, passion and energy to creating real change in communities and industries. By using their influence to achieve great things, they are making an important contribution to the bold and diverse future of New Zealand and the awards night is held to highlight their success.
The following finalists are UC alumnae that we are proud to see recognised as high calibre leaders in their chosen fields:
Congratulations to all finalists on this significant achievement.
Ethique, founded by UC Science alumna Brianne West, is an award-winning international beauty brand. They create environment-friendly shampoo and conditioner bars and have been saving millions of plastic bottles from heading to landfill.
The awards are run by the American Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand and celebrate success and innovation for companies doing business with the USA.