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1
ACHIEVEMENTS IN ONE
  • One Slide One Minute Presentations
  • Combined Chairs and Managers Leadership Forums
    2010

2
What is Achievements in One?
  • An opportunity for collaboration and enhancing a
    One University/One Waka approach
  • Celebrating our success and recognising
    Excellence, Distinctiveness and International
    Connectedness
  • Ko te tangata developing collective leadership
  • Working smarter responding to the external
    environment more proactively

3
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT
Achievements in One
  • Mike Bell

4
PDU Achievements 2010
  • Successful development of Postgraduate
    Certificate Leadership in Higher Education (22
    participants in 2011)
  • Leadership and Management Development Programme
  • Women in Leadership
  • Forums in third year become self-directed
  • Development of Staff Performance and Professional
    Development Policy and Continual Professional
    Development Framework
  • Action Learning methodology introduced
  • Review and enhancement of Staff Awards
  • Website enhancements (Leadership Professional
    Development)
  • Enhancement of new staff induction programme

5
CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENTFSEN
Achievements in 60 x 106 microseconds 2010
1 in NZ!!
  • Merilyn Manley-Harris

6
Chemistry Achievements 2010
  • 9.5 FTE Academic Staff 0.5 FTE Senior Tutor
    (teaching only)
  • Mean Taught Paper Quality Semester A 1.6
  • 31 Refereed Journal Articles
  • 16 Posters or conference presentations or invited
    seminars
  • 8 MSc (Research) , 1 PhD and 1 MPhil completions
    24 current MSc (Research), 16 current PhD.
  • 2 Te Tipu Putaiao Scholarships, 2 UW Doctoral
    scholarships, 4 TechNz scholarships, 1Environment
    Waikato Scholarship, 1 ESR scholarship all new
    in 2010.
  • Active research collaborations with Agrifeeds,
    Ballance, Cawthron Institute, Dow Agrosciences,
    Environment Waikato, Fonterra, Hexion, Hill
    Laboratories, IRL, Landcare Research, Natures
    Country Gold, NIWA, NZ Biotechnologies, Plant
    Food, SCION, Steens Honey.
  • International collaborations active with
    Australia, Bangladesh, Denmark, France, Germany,
    Singapore, Thailand, UK, USA(Hawaii, Montana,
    Chicago, Texas)
  • gt300 High School students hosted at ChemQuest,
    analytical chemistry competition, NCEA
    Scholarship Day

7
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Achievements in One
  • David Lumsden

8
SoSS Achievements 2010
  • Surviving the birthing process on 15th March 2010
  • From 5 former departments GTEP History
    Philosophy RS Political Science PP
    Societies and Cultures linked to Population
    Studies Centre (and its Marsden success).
  • Early stages of Bachelor of Social Work
  • First year of placements and appointment of two
    new staff
  • Bachelor of Environmental Planning
  • CUAP approved, teaching already, new appointments
  • Surviving a difficult redundancy process

9
SCHOOL OF ARTS
Achievements in One
  • Alistair Swale

10
School of Arts Achievements 2010
  • Establishment of new School of Arts within FASS
  • Success with 2010 Marsden round
  • Music programme restyled as Conservatorium
  • School seminar series around Text and Translation
  • Launch of the Bachelor of Media and Creative
    Technologies degree
  • Round 2 Significant academic development of the
    International Languages and Culture major
  • Consolidation of Research Centres Music Media
    and Performing Arts Text and Translation.
  • Mediarena, WEL Academy and Arts Electronica

11
PROCUREMENT OFFICE, FINANCIAL SERVICES DIVISION
Achievements in One
  • Virginia Duncan

12
FSD Procurement Office Achievements
  • Chairperson of the UPG (Universities Procurement
    Group) in 2009
  • Completed UPG accommodation branded clothing
    tenders plus UOW specific tenders for internal
    audit security services
  • Launch of new Procurement Policy
  • Creation of various reports to monitor policies
    compliance self-approvals, PCard audit
  • Moved all suppliers into Unimarket now moving
    the receipting and approvals processes  into
    Unimarket
  • Continuous  advice and support at a tender and
    day to day purchasing level

13
DEVELOPMENT OFFICE ALUMNI FOUNDATION
Achievements in One
  • Annabel Chaston

14
Development Office Achievements 2010
  • Launched a direct alumni and friends fundraising
    appeal for the first time in 5 years, sent to
    28,000 individuals
  • Implemented Payroll Giving so that staff who
    donate to the University can get an immediate tax
    rebate of 33.33
  • Coordinated effort to find lost alumni through
    mediums such as Community, E-News, Off Campus,
    events, graduation and our website
  • Markedly improved merchandise sales through
    product improvement and re-location to Bennetts,
    5 of sales goes to support scholarships
  • Successful bid to Environment Bay of Plenty to
    fund 1.5 million over ten years to support a new
    Chair in Coastal Science
  • Other major gifts include 50,000 from both
    Priority One and Port of Tauranga for Intercoast,
    50,000 from Antarctica NZ for ICTAR, a 25,000
    bequest for scholarships, and a pledge of 90,000
    over 3 years for a WMS fellowship

15
INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP (ISG)
Achievements in One
  • Milo Roth

16
ISG Achievements 2010
  • We are a business enabler, a full service
    provider Advise/Consultancy, Business Process
    Redesign, Software Design Development, Project
    Management, Maintenance Support
  • We keep the lights on Oracle Financials,
    Anfield, Jobtrack, UniMarket, Alesco HR, PBRF,
    Institutional Research Repository, SASe-Web,
    Syllabus Plus, Raises Edge, TMA, PrintCost, etc
  • Projects
  • Academic Staff Portfolios Phase 1 Academic
    Promotions and Salary Advancements
  • Uniorder to Unimarket
  • Implementation of a Service Oriented Architecture
    Framework
  • Project Accounting management of research
    projects
  • Continued development and support of the
    Institutional Research Repository (Dspace) for
    LCoNZ
  • Programme Planning on the Web
  • Many other

17
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Achievements in One
  • Dougal Mair
  • Manager, ICT Infrastucture

18
ITS Infrastructure Achievements 2010
  • Evaluation of solutions and selection of Google
    suite of enterprise products for Project Fusion
    (see www.waikato.ac.nz/project-fusion)
  • Replaced aging network Firewall with next
    generation technology that will allow us to now
    greatly improve network security
  • Server virtualisation and cloud infrastructure
    strategy continues to provide great results 72
    of servers are virtual with 152 virtual
    production servers running on 7 physical servers
  • By End of Year
  • Eduroam and improved staff wireless network
  • Wireless network expansion
  • Desktop backup service
  • New telephony solution vendor and solution
    selected
  • Home drive and Departmental shares expansion
    started

19
University Security enhancing the campus culture
and educational experience.
Achievements in One Campus Safety

  • The vision..
  • The University will provide a full and dynamic
    University experience which is distinctive in
    character.

Ray HaywardSecurity Manager
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT DIVISION
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Enhancing the campus culture and educational
experience.
  • At Risk Monitoring Group.
  • Aim.... Identifies and sets strategies around
    those students with concerning behavioural
    issues that could manifest into harming others.
  • Who is involved. SASD staff Councillors ,
    Medical Centre Doctors, NZ Police, Security
    Manager.
  • Alcohol harm watch group.
  • Aim. Indentifies businesses or organisations
    that target/promote excessive student drinking.
  • Who is involved SASD staff Halls Managers,
    District health Board staff, ACC staff, NZ Police
    and the Security Manager.
  • Department of Corrections- Home detainees.
  • Aim To have prior notification from the
    Corrections staff of any potential student
    wishing to commence or continue studies at
    University.
  • Who is involved. SASD staff, NZ Police the
    Security Manager.

21
Centre for Science and Technology Education
Research
Achievements in One
  • Chris Eames

22
CSTER Achievements 2010
  • Celebrating 29 years of science, maths,
    technology and environmental education research
  • 3.35 FTE academic staff plus associate staff
  • 4 refereed journal articles and 2 book chapters
  • 5 invited presentations, 14 elective conference
    presentations
  • Mean 500-level Taught Paper Quality Semester A
    1.5
  • 2 MSc thesis and 3 PhD completions 10 MSc thesis
    and 17 PhD students currently
  • Contract research for Ministry of Education and
    Teaching and Learning Research Initiative for
    120,000. New contracts likely for 2011 (ca.
    250,000)
  • National executive role in environmental
    education organising Science Communication
    symposium and Cafe Scientifique (Tauranga)
    international collaborations in Australia,
    Canada, Austria, France, South Africa, Turkey

23
Associate University Librarian, Collection
Services
Achievements in One
  • Vye Perrone

24
Library Collection Services Achievements 2010
  • Improved access to information
  • Summon One search to rule them all
  • VDX place track your own interloans
  • Subject Portals redevelopment
  • National international recognition for the
    Library
  • Library Catalogue enhancements
  • ETTLIS Best Paper award
  • DigitalNZ award to digitize NZ-related British
    Colonial Papers
  • More books for the Uni

25
ASSOCIATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIANTEACHING AND
RESEARCH SERVICES
Teaching and Research in the Library
  • Rae Gendall

26
Library Achievements 2010
  • Research Consultations with individual graduate
    students - over 1300 Academic staff consultations
    - 560
    Students
    attending classes - 8000
  • Showcase UoW research outputs to the world
    through open access
    Institutional repository Research Commons
    Nearly 4000
    items more journal articles than any other NZ
    university 771 theses, 260 are higher degree
    theses
  • New technologies to engage students

27
Computer Science /Computer Graphic Design
Achievements in One
  • Bill Rogers

28
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING FSEN ENGINEERING
ACHIEVEMENTS 2010
  • Brian Gabbitas

29
  • 23 FTE Academic Staff / 10 Technical staff
  • Mean Taught Paper Quality Semester A 1.8
  • 23 Refereed Journal Articles/10 refereed
    conference presentations
  • 5 MSc (Research) , 12 ME, 1 MPhil and 6 PhD
    completions 17 current ME(Research), 45 current
    PhD.
  • A FRST research contract 2.4m over 4 years
  • More than 120 High School students hosted at the
    engineering open day.
  • Janis Swan became an MNZM and wins the J.C.
    Andrews Memorial Award, the top Food Technology
    award bestowed by the New Zealand Inst. Of Food
    Science and Technology.
  • 1 Teaching Excellence award
  • A successful 2010 Engineering design Show.
  • 3rd year Mech. Eng student Victoria McCullough
    wins 3000 Society of Petroleum Engineers
    scholarship.
  • PhD student Paul Ewart gains a Fulbright
    scholarship to spend 1 year at University of
    Texas
  • An engineering technician, Pawan Shrestha wins a
    Queen Elizabeth II scholarship spend two months
    at Cambridge University
  • Another racing car designed and built for the SAE
    competition in December 2010

30
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESFSEN
Achievements of Biological Sciences in 2010
  • Brendan Hicks, COD

31
Biological Sciences achievements in 2010
  • Teaching 25 undergrad courses, 13 MSc courses.
    Grad students - 64 MSc and PGDip, 48 PhD
  • Staffing - 260 students, 23 PBRF-eligible
    academic staff , 17 general staff, 1 Senior Tutor
  • Research 251 PBRF-eligible outputs (78 journal
    articles, 12 book chapters, 2 books, 139
    conference contributions)
  • External income about 3.3 M per year
  • PBRF income - 2 M annually before 39 central
    contribution. PBRF rankings in 2006
  • First in Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour
  • First in Molecular, Cellular and Whole Organism
    Biology
  • Successful Marsden Fund applications 4 current,
    3 new in 2010
  • FRST funding
  • Outcome Based Investment - 10 M over 10 years
    harmful algae (Hamilton) , pest fish (Hicks)
  • Urban restoration - 1.9 M over 5 years
    (Clarkson)
  • Health Research Council - 844 k over 3 years
    (Arcus)
  • Antarctic research programme 8 researchers, 8
    students, 3.3 M logistic support over 4 years
  • Two business units DNA sequencer, Waikato
    Stable Isotope Unit - 200 k income in 2010

32
WAIKATO PRINT
Achievements in One
  • Sally Sleigh

33
Waikato Print Achievements 2010
  • New equipment-excellent colour printing
  • Photography project with CER
  • New MIS system-better quoting and estimating
  • Renovated work space-better workflow
  • Which means we can do an excellent job for you at
    any time

34
TE PUA WANANGA KI TE AO (SMPD)
35
SMPD Achievements 2010
  • Remaining a SCHOOL
  • Meeting EFTS Target
  • International Connectedness
  • Staff Connectedness
  • Research Projects
  • Book Award
  • Teaching Excellence Award

36
KUA MUTU!
37
UNILINK
Achievements in One
  • Carol Robinson (for Jan Bates)

38
UNILink Achievements 2010
  • Increased research income
  • Increased number of Marsden applications and
    successful proposals
  • Managed the process of the establishment of
    Institutes and Centres
  • Increased number of Health Research Council
    applications
  • Staff research workshops - timetable to be
    introduced for 2011
  • Hosted several Professional Development Workshops
    for research administration professionals within
    the region through the ARMS network
  • Strengthened relationships throughout the
    University

39
SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES
Achievements in One
  • Neil Couch

40
School Support Services Achievements 2010
  • Continued successful delivery of In Service
    Teacher Education (ISTE) to 540 primary, area and
    secondary schools and kura in the region.
  • Over 100 workshops on National Standards
    delivered in the region, and support for NCEA
    re-alignment.
  • Awarded one of the Early Childhood contract in
    the new contestable contract environment.
  • Celebration of 20 years of support for schools in
    the region
  • Successful re-arrangement of staff in two
    locations New venue at RS5 - ex Continuing
    Education Ruakura, and offices, seminar rooms
    and Resource Centre at Durham Street, Tauranga

41
And a VC in a pear tree
Sighting huge challenges for 2011 with enthusiasm
Developing international recruitment strategy
with PVC International
Coordinating outbound contact to encourage
conversion of applications to enrolments
Updating agent contracts
Appointed a new recruitment adviser in China
Agent visits in Beijing
Attended Combined Universities Recruitment Fairs
in India
Support for Faculties/Schools Recruitment events
Support for the WPC Fairs for their students to
move to degree level study
Support for WILSS programmes on campus for
secondary school students
Recruitment becomes part of Communications and
External Relations
Integration with International Recruitment
Supported the implementation of the partnership
CUP programmes
Newsline Newsletter to Secondary Schools and
regular careers advisers emails
Organised events for past and new VCs prize
winners
Careers advisers website developed and updated
Arranged and supported VCs visits to Northland
and Rotorua secondary schools
Organised evening for new students from Auckland
Appointed a New Auckland student recruitment
adviser
Worked with Maori students in Auckland schools
through KATTI programme
Promotional events and support for Hillary
programme
Held more than 1000 programme planning
appointments on campus in Tauranga and Hamilton,
many for mature students
Held 1200 programme planning appointments in
schools
Conducted huge programme of school visits and
campus tours
Conducted huge programme of school visits and
campus tours
Organised and supported 5 events in schools and
on-campus for Maori students
Held University Open Day with Faculties and
Schools for 3000 visitors to entire campus
Held 6 Update Days and events for Teachers
Organised UoW presence and advertising for 9
regional careers expos
Organised UoW presence at 5 events for Pacifica
students
Organised and provided advertising for 13
information evenings in regions and on-campus
Maintenance of events calendar
Launching DVCs Chorus website
Provided support for Inaugural Professorial
Lectures
Provided support for Spring Lecture Series
Created and ran internal re-enrolment campaigns
Produced enews for Alumni
Produced enews for Faculty of Education
anniversary
Provided support for launch of Intercoast project
Contribute to and create Tauranga partnership
enews
Produced variety of prospectuses
They produced an average of 131 press stories a
month
Generated on average 30 news releases a month
Conducting major stakeholder survey
Provided support for Distinguished Alumni Awards
dinner
Conducted survey and focus group for Community
Provided support for honorary doctorates
Created annual information/promotion pack for new
students
Took responsibility for merchandising
Provided support for Rowing championships
Produced Tauranga handbook
Maintained top six pages of University website
Saved 30,000 on handbooks
Provided support for biotech student poster
competition
Supported Postgraduate Research Month
Centralised University events
Promoted Student Centre 5 Green Star rating
Created Fieldays stand, collateral, news, seminars
Monthly average of 35,000 hits on the news and
events webpage
Produced new style and branding guide
Introducing a day planner for iWaikato
Updated Facts and Figures brochure
Produced Faculty of Education 50th anniversary
book
Produced Off Campus alumni magazine
Provided support for Project Fusion
Provided support for new research institutes
Launching official University Facebook page
Appointed communications adviser for Tauranga
Launched VC on Demand website
Introduced a web geo-targeting campaign
Placed graduation programmes online
Overhauled the Experts File online and for
publication
Created New Books page for website
Hosted Business After 5 function in Tauranga
Updated academics photos across University
COMMUNICATIONS AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS
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