Support softened impact of the earthquakes
30 July 2014 Support from partners, husbands, wives and spouses softened the impacts of depression following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, University of Canterbury research has found. (read article)
Science at UC
Science study at UC doesn’t just take place in a lecture theatre or lab. Find out what Laura is researching at our Cass Field Station, an amazing facility for students.
Tales from the Nigerian Field Station
Matt Walters from the School of Biological Sciences is currently working at a College of Science field station, on the Mambilla Plateau in Taraba, Nigeria.
There is a huge gap in the research about how to treat swallowing disorders...
Phoebe Macrae PhD in Speech and Language Therapy
Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
Student Advice Day - Wednesday, 4 June, C Lecture Theatre Block - Mezzanine Floor
The College of Science will be running an ADVICE DAY on Wednesday 4 June, from 9.30am until 2pm.
We will be located on the Mezzanine Floor (Level 2) of the C Lecture Theatre block, and all departments that feed into the BSc degree structure will be represented. It’s a great opportunity to meet with departments on a one to one basis and get some course advice.
It’s a first come first served system, so a little bit of waiting around may be called for, but there should be ample time to drop by and see any one you need to.
New Masters of Speech and Language Pathology MSLP
Will be available from 2014. This is a full time two-year graduate-entry professional qualification to practice as a speech language pathologist/therapist (more)
Masters Scholarship Opportunities
The Biomolecular Interaction Centre (BIC) has several masters scholarships available: Studying Diagnostic Markers for Diabetic Complications (PDF, 704KB) and Protein Nanofibers Based Bionanotechnologies (PDF, 469KB). (Read more about BIC)
Bachelor of Health Sciences
The Bachelor of Health Sciences will be the only tertiary qualification in New Zealand which allows graduates to meet the New Zealand competencies in Public Health and in Health Promotion. (more)
Science, Maori and Indigenous Knowledge
The Maori and Indigenous worldviews and the "scientific world view" have often been thought to be mutually exclusive but, upon closer scrutiny, it is evident that they are not. (more)
Science Innovation and Entrepreneurship Courses
The Graduate Certificate in Science, Innovation and Entrepreneurship has been designed to create graduates who will be innovative and entrepreneurial. (more)