Embracing & Advancing Diversity is the theme of the first Fulbright Forum for 2016, to be held in Auckland on 16 March.
Wil has over 15 years of experience in the technology industry ranging from growing business for global organisations to creating computer gaming start-ups and building technology hubs. Following the Christchurch earthquakes Wil created the Enterprise Precinct and Innovation Campus (EPIC) with Co-Founder Colin Andersen.
Fulbright New Zealand invites you to a free public seminar by alumna Anne Noble from Massey University Wellington, who will discuss a series of photographic projects concerned with the decline of the honey bee which she developed on her Fulbright exchange to Columbia College Chicago.
Fulbright New Zealand invites you to a free public seminar by Fulbright alumnus Jock Phillips, one of New Zealand’s leading historians, who will discuss how he conceived and led a team of hundreds on a project to develop the world’s first digital-born national encyclopedia, Te Ara.
The Fulbright New Zealand Alumni Association invites you to a free public lecture by Fulbright alumnus Sir Tamati Reedy (Ngāti Porou), an educationalist, academic, linguist and former top public servant who will reflect on nationhood in Aotearoa New Zealand, Māori-Pākehā relationships and the role of Māori in the future of our country.
The Fulbright New Zealand Alumni Association invite you to a fundraiser screening of ‘Voices of the Land: Ngā Reo o te Whenua’, a feature-length documentary produced and directed by Fulbright alumnus Paul Wolffram (2012 Fulbright New Zealand Travel Award) from Victoria University of Wellington’s School of English, Film, Theatre and Media Studies.