EIT’s Health 研究 highlights the important and innovative research into health-related issues in the Schools of Nursing and Recreation & Sport, as well as those with other EIT and external collaborators.
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The 2019 ITP 研究 Symposium, an annual event, was held for the first time at EIT. This was a hugely successful two-day event over 15 & 16 April which saw over 200 delegates attending from thirteen ITPs. There were 63 presentations in total (22 of these by EIT researchers) which were themed around “community-centred research”. Four strands within this included:
Inspired teaching & learning
EIT co-hosted this event with Otago Polytechnic which provided a great opportunity for us to strengthen our links with this institution. One highlight of the event was a public concert held at the MTG showcasing Professor Matthew Marshall (guitar), Tessa Petersen (violin) and Heleen du Plessis (cello) and incorporating poetry narrated by Dame Kate Harcourt & Sir Jon Trimmer.
在TE乌兰加瓦卡一个在ideaschool和一个由toihoukura - 两个展览还举行。从五个机构和30左右，这些艺术家参与艺术作品的贡献。
We are grateful to the 研究 & Innovation Centre for organising this successful event which showcased EIT research as well as research from across the ITP sector. Particular mention should be given to Professor Nat Waran, Associate Professor Jonathan Sibley, Professor Matthew Marshall along with 皮帕mckelvie-sebileau and Louise Bevin for their efforts in organising this successful event.