Shaping the future webinar series

View our Shaping the future webinar recordings below.

Shaping the future through Education, Law and Public Policy

During the webinar, our panellists discussed the role of universities, as well as the role of law, education and public policy, in creating a more sustainable future, and how further research and education in these areas can help us work towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Webinar panel:

Anna Hood  | Associate Dean International, Auckland Law School

John Morgan  | Head of school, Critical Studies in Education in the Faculty of Education & Social Work

Tim Fadgen | Associate Director, Postgraduate Programmes, Public Policy Institute 

Shaping the future through Health Science and the Sciences

During the webinar our panellists discussed questions about the role health and science play in creating a more sustainable future. We examined what impact COVID-19 has made and looked at how further research and education in universities can help us all work towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Webinar panel:

Nikki Moreland | Senior Lecturer in Immunology, School of Medical Sciences

Jude McCool | Associate Professor of Public Health, School of Population Health

Thomas Lumley | Professor of Biostatistics, Department of Statistics

Chris Bullen | Professor of Public Health, National Institute for Health Innovation

Shaping the future through Engineering, Design and Business Innovation

During the webinar our panellists discussed the role of Engineering, Design and Business in creating a more innovative and efficient future. We looked into what the future outlook is for New Zealand and the rest of the world post-COVID-19, touching on both exciting research and real-world applications of the work being undertaken in each of these faculties. 

Webinar panel:

Carla Amaral | Lecturer, Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries

Bruce MacDonald | Professor, Faculty of Engineering

Christine Woods | Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Business School