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Women of Influence 2019 Finalists

The Women of Influence New Zealand programme, presented by Stuff and Westpac, recognises and celebrates women who make a difference in the lives of everyday New Zealanders.

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:

  • Anne-Marie Brady
  • Brianne West
  • Gabrielle Huria
  • Gisella Carr
  • Laura Robinson
  • Leanne Crozier
  • Melanie Mark-Shadbolt
  • Michelle Sharp
  • Ruth Money

Congratulations to all finalists on this significant achievement.

UC alumna Brianne West and Ethique win Exporter of the Year award

Kiwi brand Ethique has won  Exporter of the Year to the USA (medium business) at the recent 2019 AmCham-DHL Success & Innovation Awards.

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.

Ethique is also a finalist at the upcoming 2019 Westpac Champion Business Awards. 

Brianne West, founder of Ethique

What does a sustainability superhero look like?

Maybe they are doing research on micro-plastics in our waterways? Maybe they are holding climate challenge conferences, or built a fully recyclable electric car? Maybe they are doing academic research on waterways, biodiversity, or on sustainability in education? Maybe they always arrive to work irritatingly cheerful and refreshed after cycling to work each morning?  They might even be sitting right next to you…. (sipping coffee from a reusable cup of course)

Nominate your sustainability superhero for a Sustainability Award today! Nominations are open from now until Monday 9 September.

The UC Sustainability Awards are about the recognition and celebration of all things sustainability – both on and off campus. This is a great chance to acknowledge the hard work, innovation and imagination of many of our students and staff who are working hard to make our world a better (and greener) place.

Tell us all about them (or yourself!) by finding the nomination form and all the info you need here. Nominations are open until Monday 9 September with the awards being presented by UC Vice Chancellor | Tumu Whakarae Professor Cheryl de la Rey.

We can’t wait to hear all the wonderful things our community has been doing for sustainability!

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And the winners are…

Please join us in congratulating the winners of the Vice-Chancellor’s General Staff Development Awards and Health, Safety and Wellbeing Awards for 2019.

Vice-Chancellor General Staff Development Awards

  • Tracy Anderson, Marketing
  • Te Paea Paringatai, Library
  • Julian Phillips, College of Engineering
  • Elyse Thompson, Academic Services Group

Award of Acknowledgement

  • Catherine Woods, College of Business & Law

UC Prosci Scholarship Recipients

  • Sarah Cooke, Governance, ICT
  • Matthew Turnbull, College of Science
  • Robyn Nuthall, UC Futures, Finance
  • Kat Henderson, UC Sport & Recreation

Health, Safety & Wellbeing Awards

  • Bruce Vincent, Engineering Services, Facilities Services
  • Laurie Anderson, College of Science
  • Justin Harrison, College of Science
  • Steve Gibling, UC Sport & Recreation
  • Lauralee Mather, Admissions, Student Services & Communications
  • The Facilities Services Team
  • The UC Grounds Team
  • The Student Experience Team
  • Sarah Brown, College of Arts
  • School of Fine Arts, College of Arts

For more on our winners and the fantastic work they have been recognised for, click here>

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VC to present 2019 UC Sustainability Awards

We’re excited to welcome UC Vice Chancellor | Tumu Whakarae Professor Cheryl de la Rey to present this year’s UC Sustainability Awards!

We’ve also extended the deadline for nominations until Monday 9 September – so get your nominations in quick! There are awards for individuals and teams across 6 categories.

What are the UC Sustainability Awards?

The Sustainability Awards are all about the recognition and celebration of all things sustainability – both on and off campus. This is a great chance to acknowledge the hard work, innovation and imagination of many of our students and staff who are working hard to make our world a better (and greener) place.

Maybe it’s a sustainable student-led project, academic or post-graduate research, or a green department, team or a staff project? An eco-warrior changing the world?

Get nominating!

Tell us all about them (or yourself) by finding the nomination form and all the info you need here. Nominations are open from now until Monday 9 September with the awards ceremony to be held on Wednesday 2 October in Te Moana Nui a Kiwa, Rehua.

For a recap on the previous UC Sustainability Awards, have a read of this blog here, or check out our Sustainability Champions for some more inspiration.

This message was bought to you by the UC Sustainability Office. Stay connected and follow us on FacebookInstagram or sign up to our newsletter to stay in the loop about campus sustainability. This blog is part of our communications plan for the 2019 UC Sustainability Awards. For more information, and for the Awards nomination form, see our website.