Kaimahi (staff) at Te Pūkenga, trading as NMIT, are sharing their research at a hui at the Nelson Campus on Thursday 27 October.
This symposium, hosted by the Research and Innovation office, will celebrate their findings and give fellow colleagues, ākonga and kaimahi a chance to gain some insight into their work.
Velma Vermaat, Research Support Coordinator, said the hui is for all academic staff and students who want to learn about exciting new ideas and explorations in research at Te Pūkenga.
“The symposium is about us profiling the cool stuff and celebrating the research that is happening in and around our campus.”
There will be presentations from Primary Industries, Social Sciences, Digital Technologies and Arts, Applied Business and Health and Fitness on topics such as ‘Fish Feel the Pain’ and ‘The Twilight Years’.
The Research hui is from 10-12pm 27 October in Room K205 at Nelson Campus.