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Staff Research

Penny Simmonds - SIT Chief ExecutiveThe diversity of research achievements among our SIT staff is showcased here, and it celebrates a wide range of research studies and creative projects.

SIT has a strong commitment to supporting and growing research capability in this area and to ensuring that teaching on higher level qualifications is informed by research. As the leading vocational tertiary institute in southern New Zealand, SIT plays an important role in the local and regional community. Opportunities for collaboration with other organisations continue to grow. 

During 2014 staff presented their research at conferences throughout New Zealand, but also internationally in Australia, Poland, Canada, and the USA. A number of staff have published their research in SIT’s own peer reviewed journal SITJAR, as well as publications in magazines, online and international journals and conference proceedings. Staff were also involved in postgraduate study.

The fourth SIT Research Symposium was held in December 2014 and this provided an opportunity for sharing research results in a collegial environment.  SIT also hosted the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference for the second year running, and co-hosted the 'Five Minute Findings' research forum with Southern District Health Board (SDHB) in November.

I congratulate all staff who have contributed to the diverse range of research outputs of SIT in 2014 and look forward to the continued development of SIT’s research capacity into the future.

Penny Simmonds
Chief Executive
Southern Institute of Technology

Research Events at SIT

Staff Research Profiles

Recent Staff Research Outputs

Art, Design & Photography

Published papers and articles

Exhibitions

  • Woolley, D. (2014). Masters Exhibition. Te Ara Hihiko, Block 1 and The Engine Room. Massey University Wellington, Wellington, February 7-15.
  • Belton, P. (2014). South. Selected group exhibition. Southland Museum & Art Gallery, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Belton, P. (2014). Summer exhibition. Selected group exhibition. Bank Gallery, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Belton, P. (2013). On being there. Southland Museum and Art Gallery, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Belton, P. & Wishart, J. (2013). Soiree at the bank. The Bank Art Gallery, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Hart, K. (2013). Maori bubbles. City Gallery, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Myers, R. (2013). Cheaper by the dozen. RAW Gallery, Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Myers, R. (2013). Non-orifice. St Paul’s Gallery Three, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Myers, R. (2013). Witness. Riverton Arts Centre, Riverton, New Zealand.

Conference presentations

  • Mitchell, K. (2014). Performing the DIY public museum: Shifting the frame of conception, production, and reception. Presentation at 7th International Conference on the Inclusive Museum, Los Angeles, USA.
  • Myers, R. (2014). ‘Here and now, this and that’: Exploring temporalities of display and interruption in encounters with the filmic body. Presentation at Action & Delay Conference, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Myers, R. (2013). Technologies of Early Film and Interdisciplinary Performances. Paper presented at the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (AAANZ) Annual Conference, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia.

Performances

  • Mitchell, K. & Myers, R. (2013). Civilising divisions. Dunedin, New Zealand: Dunedin Fringe Festival. March 2013.

Reviews

  • Mitchell, K. (2014). An empty tent flapping in the wind. Landfall Review Online: New Zealand books in review. Retrieved from http://www.landfallreview.com/2014/08/an-emptytent-flapping-in-wind.html
  • Mitchell, K. (2013). 5th Auckland Triennial: “if you were to live here”. Artlink: contemporary art of Australia and the Asia-Pacific, 33(3), 86-87.

Public talks

  • Mitchell, K. (2014). Performing the DIY public museum. Shifting the frame - conception, production, reception. Open talk at Southern Institute of Technology (June), Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Belton, P. (2014). The return of the Rükenfigur: an explanation of the history of painting practice in the manner of the Romantic Sublime and how it has informed Peter’s own approach to painting. Presented at SIT Staff Research Symposium, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Myers, R. (2013). Member of critique panel, Auckland University of Technology Visual Arts Talk Week, Auckland, New Zealand.

Business & Commerce

Conference presentations

  • Tyrie, F. (2014). Te kahu: business incubator. ‘Six minute solution’ presentation at the National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.

Public talks

  • Botafogo, F. (2014). BOT101: the introductory lecture.  An educational experiment to evaluate the viability of teaching a rather abstract concept to first year students. Presented at SIT Staff Research Symposium, Invercargill, New Zealand.

Postgraduate theses

  • Tyrie, F. (2013). Te kahu: an investigation into the potential role of a programme based business incubator on the Postgraduate Diploma in Business Enterprise delivered by the Southern Institute of Technology, New Zealand (Unpublished master’s dissertation). University of Wales, United Kingdom of Great Britain.
  • Archer, J. (2012). New Zealand Prime-age (25-55 years) Worker Perceptions of Casual Employment. (Unpublished master's dissertation). Massey University, New Zealand. View profile

Computing & IT

Published papers and articles

  • Mumford, J. & Smedley, F. (2014). Problem solving strategies in math anxiety management. Southern Institute of Technology Journal of Applied Technology.  View paper
  • Morton, S. (2013). The odd one out: gender imbalance in tertiary ICT education. 73-81. In Proceedings of the 26th annual CITRENZ conference (pp. 73- 81). Hamilton, New Zealand: Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand. View paper
  • Zhao, S., Whitney, A. & Sutton, K. (2013). HCI: Helping Southland children with special needs. In Proceedings of the 26th annual CITRENZ conference (pp. 239- 240). Hamilton, New Zealand: Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand. View paper

Conference presentations

  • Mumford, J. (2014).  Meaningful connections between real-life and theory. ‘Six minute solution’ presentation at the National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Morton, S. (2013). The odd one out: gender imbalance in tertiary ICT education. Paper presented at the Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ) Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.
  • Mumford, J. (2013). Math anxiety: risk factors, strategies and opportunities. Paper presented at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Sutton, K. (2013). Phidgets – USB Sensing and Control. Workshop presented at the Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ) Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.
  • Zhao, S., Whitney, A. & Sutton, K. (2013). HCI: Helping Southland children with special needs. Poster presented at the Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ) Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Environmental Management

Books and monographs

  • Daniels, P., Ramsay, R. & Ramsay, G. (2013). The George II busts and historic wall brackets. The motivation, technology and symbolism by which the models can be dated to 1744-6 and attributed to the first Bow Factory in Middlesex. Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: Gomer Press.
  • Ramsay, W. R. H, Daniels, P., and Ramsay, E.G. (2013). The Limehouse Porcelain Factory: its output, antecedents and the influence of the Royal Society of London on the evolution of English porcelain based on composition and technology pathways. Invercargill, New Zealand: W.R.H. Ramsay.

Published papers and articles

  • Whittle, J. (2013) Into the backyard: Huntly Power Station and the history of environmentalism in New Zealand. ENNZ: Environment and Nature in New Zealand, 8(1), 7-38. Retrieved from http://environmentalhistory-au-nz.org/new-zealand/new-zealand-journal/

Conference presentations

  • Van Niekerk, E. & Fisher, J. (2014). GIS food shed modelling: A sustainable planning tool for Invercargill.  Presentation at the IGU Regional Conference, Krakow, Poland.
  • Van Niekerk, E., Holland, J. & Rissman, C. (2013). A characterisation of cold water springs, Mararoa River, Southland. Poster presentation at the Hydrological Society and Meteorological Society of New Zealand Joint Conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
  • Waters, J. & Ramsay W.R.H. (2013). Native reptile surveys, Tiwai Peninsula, Southland, NZ: linking undergraduate experiential learning to research. Paper presented at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.

Public talks

  • Ramsay, R. (2014). Clay, the Royal Society of London, and the Protestant succession: forensic science of English porcelains reveals all. Talk in Science Express series, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand (November), Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Ramsay, R. (2014).From radiometric dating of detrital minerals from the Pegasus Group, Stewart Island to clays and forensic science. Presented at SIT Staff Research Symposium, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Palliser, A. (2014). A tale of two perspectives: post-normal science and Hector’s dolphin management.  A discussion about the value of local and scientific knowledge in the management of Hector’s dolphins around Banks Peninsula, South Island, New Zealand. Presented at SIT Staff Research Symposium, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Batson, B. (2013). Glimpses of a hidden world. Presentation to Southland Environmental Field Group, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Waters, J., Ramsay, W.R.H. & Maw, K. (2013). Skink monitoring on Tiwai Peninsula. Presentation at Biodiversity in my Backyard: Southland Biodiversity Expo, Invercargill, New Zealand.

Reviews

  • Whittle, J. (2014).  Review: David Young, rivers: New Zealand’s shared legacy.  Environment and Nature in New Zealand, 9(2), 7176.  Retrieved from http://environmentalhistory-au-nz.org/new-zealand/new-zealand-journal/

Fashion

Published papers and articles

Exhibitions

  • Cathcart, E. (2014). Isolation, influence and identity.  Exhibition at National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference.  Invercargill, New Zealand.

Film & Animation

Public talks

  • Gillies, P. (2014). Triangulating history: researching "Poppy Boys”. Presented at SIT Staff Research Symposium, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Miles, K. (2014). Island: exploring the significance of the 'island' in the dialectics of human experience and examining the shoreline of islands critically through the medium of photography both in discussion and in practice. Presented at SIT Staff Research Symposium, Invercargill, New Zealand.

Hairdressing

Conference presentations

  • Bowman, D. (2014). Keeping it real. A tutor who is passionate about education.  A hairdresser who is passionate about her industry. Keynote address at National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.

Massage

Published papers and articles

  • Smith, J. (2014). Massage therapy research update.  June 2014 (second quarter).  Massage New Zealand Magazine, 24-26.
  • Smith, J. (2014). Massage therapy research update.  September 2014 (third quarter).  Massage New Zealand Magazine, 26-27.
  • Smith, J. (2014). Massage therapy research update.  December 2014 (fourth quarter).  Massage New Zealand Magazine [in press].
  • Smith, D. & Smith, J. (Eds.). (2013). A massage degree and beyond: the journey of BTSM graduates 2004-2013. Southern Institute of Technology Journal of Applied Research, Special Edition. Retrieved from https://www.sit.ac.nz/SITJAR#310127-special-massage-edition-2013

Music

Published papers and articles

  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (Ed.). (2014). Special Edition Southern Institute of Technology Journal of Applied Research: 2013 National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference. View journal
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (Ed.). (2014, April). Tune Me In , 9 (1).
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (Ed.). (2014, July). Tune Me In , 9 (2). 
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014, April). Flashmob fever.  Tune Me In , 9 (1), 6-7.
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014, November). Chocolate pudding, red shoes and lots of singing!, Tune Me In , 9(3), 14-15.
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (Ed.).  (2014, November). Tune Me In , 9 (3).
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014, September/October).  Singing yourself to health. Good Magazine, 38, 62-63.
  • Swain, N. & Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014). Can’t sing? Won’t sing? Aotearoa/New Zealand ‘tone-deaf’ early childhood teachers’ musical beliefs. British Journal of Music Education, 31 (3), 245-263. View article
  • Longman, H. (2014). Songwriting and collaborating. Tune Me In, 9(1), 9.
  • Longman, H. (2014). You can do it baby! Ideas for teaching progressive rhythm to babies and toddlers. Tune Me In, 9 (2), 14-15.
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2013). Interweaving threads of music in the whariki of early childhood cultures in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In P. S Campbell & T Wiggins (Eds.). The Oxford handbook of children’s music cultures (pp. 387-401). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2013). The ‘SIT’ tour. Tune me in, 8(3), 26.
  • Sagmyr, J. (2013). Feel the art baby! Dissolving writer’s block. Tune me in, 8(3), 26.

Performances

  • Sagmyr, J.  [Producer and audio designer]. (2014). Continuum National Conference 2014. Queenstown, New Zealand.  
  • Sagmyr, J. [Musical director and producer].  (2014). Selah Worship Singer Songwriter Concert 2014. Invercargill, New Zealand. 

Musical compositions

  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014). Florence’s nightlight, for cornet and piano. Available at http://sounz.org.nz/
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014). Pirate Jack, for trombone and piano. Available at http://sounz.org.nz/
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014). Finn’s news, for tenor saxophone and piano. Available at http://sounz.org.nz/
  • Sagmyr, J. (2014).  A life that cries out Jesus.  Performed at Selah Worship Singer Songwriter Concert 2014. Invercargill, New Zealand.  
  • Sagmyr, J. (2014).  I lift your name.  Performed at Selah Worship Singer Songwriter Concert 2014. Invercargill, New Zealand.  
  • Sagmyr, J. (2014).  Lord of all.  Performed at Selah Worship Singer Songwriter Concert 2014 . Invercargill, New Zealand. 

Conference presentations

  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014).  An Orffish approach and fun with nursery rhymes.  Workshop presentation at the MENZA Hook into Sound professional development day, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2014). Can’t sing, or won’t sing? Changing perceptions of ‘tone-deafness’ in early childhood teachers. Presentation at the 36th annual ANZARME Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand.
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. & Longman, H. (2014). The great mix-up: Student engagement in the School of Music at SIT.  Presentation at “Into the Mix” IASPM Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand. View profile
  • Longman, H. (2014).  Interdepartmental collaboration.  ‘Six minute solution’ presentation at the National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Longman, H. (2014). ‘You can do it baby!’ Teaching rhythm and patterns to babies and young children. Workshop presentation at the MENZA Hook into Sound professional development day, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Sagmyr, J. (2013). Are we having fun yet? ‘Six minute solution’ presentation at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand. View profile

Nursing

Published papers and articles

  • Rhodes, J. (2013). Using PeerWise to knowledge build and consolidate knowledge in nursing education. Southern Institute of Technology Journal of Applied Research, 1-12. View paper

Conference presentations

  • Casey, C. (2014).  Modeling aspirin therapy.  Presentation at Southland Health Research Five Minute Findings Forum, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Dobbs, S. (2014).  A collision of two worlds: a phenomenological study into the experience of clinical nurse lecturers assessing ‘failing’ nursing students in clinical practice. Presentation at Southland Health Research Five Minute Findings Forum, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Dobbs, S. (2014).  A collision of two worlds: a phenomenological study into the experience of clinical nurse lecturers assessing ‘failing’ nursing students in clinical practice. Presentation at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology Clinical Assessment Workshop, Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • Dobbs, S. (2014). A collision of two worlds: A phenomenological study into the experience of clinical nurse lecturers assessing ‘failing’ nursing students in clinical practice. Presentation at Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps Seminar, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Montayre, J. R. (2014). Head, shoulders, knees and toes: An item analysis of MCQ item exams for the anatomy and physiology class of Bachelor of Nursing year 1 students.  Presentation at National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Montayre, J. R. (2014).  Dealing the real and the unreal: A dementia patient’s reality. Presentation at Southland Health Research Five Minute Findings Forum, Invercargill, New Zealand. 
  • Rhodes, J. I. (2014).  From pretend to real: Moulage workshop.  Workshop presentation at the National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand. View profile
  • Rhodes, J. I. (2014).  Responding to diverse learners by engaging and making learning memorable and effective with the use of board games.  Presentation at the National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand. 
  • Rhodes, J. I. (2014).  Education anytime, anywhere, using PeerWise to enable a classroom with no walls.  Workshop presentation at the National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Rhodes, J. I. (2014).  Promoting learning by engaging and making learning memorable. Presentation at the Southland Health Research ‘Five Minute Findings’ Forum, Invercargill, New Zealand. 
  • Skaria, R.  (2014). Experiences of overseas nurse educators teaching in New Zealand. Presentation at Third Asia Pacific International Conference on Qualitative Research in Nursing, Midwifery and Health, Newcastle, Australia. View profile
  • Dobbs, S. (2013). A collision of two worlds: a phenomenological study into the experience of clinical nurse lecturers assessing ‘failing’ nursing students in clinical practice. Paper presented at the Australian Nurse Educators Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Montayre, J. (2013). The motivation to study nursing: the making of a nurse or a nurse in the making. Paper presented at the Australian Nurse Educators Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Rhodes, J. (2013). Ask, share, learn. Workshop presented at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Rhodes, J. (2013). Learning is not a spectator sport: avoiding “just another lecture”. Paper presented at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Rhodes, J. (2013). Using PeerWise to develop a community of practice to provide opportunities for knowledge building and consolidation in nursing education. Presentation at the Australian Nurse Educators Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Public talks

  • Dobbs, S. (2014).  Early military nursing history.  Presentation at Southland Woman’s Club (September), Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Dobbs, S. (2014).  Remembering military nurses in World War One.  Presentation at Royal Masonic Lodge (November), Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Strathearn, M. (2014).  Men’s health issues.  Presentation at Community Mental Health Men’s Group (September), Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Strathearn, M. (2014).  Early intervention strategies and treatment options for prostate cancer. Presentation at Community Mental Health Men’s Group (December), Invercargill, New Zealand.

Postgraduate theses

  • Carstensen, C. (2014). An exploration of raising a child in New Zealand with severe allergies and the potential for an anaphylactic reaction. (Unpublished master's dissertation). Eastern Institute of Technology, New Zealand. Read profile
  • Knowler, A. (2014). Debriefing after simulation scenarios in undergraduate nursing education: The New Zealand experience (Unpublished master's dissertation). Eastern Institute of Technology, New Zealand. Read profile
  • Montayre, J. (2013). Evaluation of the effectiveness of interventions utilized for challenging behaviours in dementia: a basis for specified dementia model of care pathway (Unpublished doctoral thesis). Cebu Normal University, Philippines.
  • Rhodes, J. (2013). Participating in a PeerWise on-line community of practice provided opportunities for knowledge building and consolidating understanding to nursing students in the third year of the Bachelor of Nursing programme at the Southern Institute of Technology (Unpublished master’s thesis). University of Otago, New Zealand.
  • Sinclair, J. (2013). New Zealand nursing students’ experience of ethical issues in clinical practice (Unpublished master’s thesis). Eastern Institute of Technology, New Zealand.

Sport, Exercise & Recreation

Published papers and articles

  • Bodkin-Allen, S. & Whittle, J. (2013). Survey of participation in sport and recreation among students in years 7 and 8 in Southland. Southern Institute of Technology Research Institute. View article
  • Amundrud, A. & Pienaar, H. (2012). An encapsulation of concussions amongst elite junior New Zealand ice hockey players. SIT Journal of Applied Education – Special edition: highlighting staff-student research, 38-41. View article
  • Dixon, S. & McKenzie, D. (2012). Effects of music tempo on cycling performance. SIT Journal of Applied Education – Special edition: highlighting staff-student research, 35-37. View article
  • McAleer, D. & Pienaar, H. (2012). The effect of healing touch on selected psychological and physiological variables. SIT Journal of Applied Education – Special edition: highlighting staff-student research, 31-34. View article
  • Payne, W., Thomson, C.D., Ross-Peddie, M.C. & Perry, T.L. (2012). Glycemic and insulinemic responses to commercially available beverages, consumed during recovery from swim training. Medicina Sportiva, 16(3), 99-105.

Conference presentations

  • Pienaar, H. (2013). Improving sprint cycling performance. Poster presentation at the Exercise Science for Health and Sports Performance Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Public talks

  • McKenzie, D. (2014). The physiological effects of a slacklining intervention programme on dynamic balance/proprioception performance. Presented at SIT Staff Research Symposium, Invercargill, December 2014.

Tertiary Learning & Teaching

Published papers and articles

  • Bodkin-Allen, S., Hoffman, J. & Whittle, J. (2012). Report on the Committed Learners Project. Invercargill, New Zealand: Southern Institute of Technology. View report

Conference presentations

  • Hoffman, J. (2014). The committed learners project. Presentation at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference, Toronto, Canada.
  • Tyrie, F. (2014). Collaboration: The good the bad and the ugly. ‘Six minute solution’ presentation at the National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Hoffman, J., Whittle, J. & BodkinAllen, S. (2013). The engagement of Māori and Pasifika students at ITPs: Sharing good practice. He Kupu Whakatahi: Journal of Best Practice in Applied and Māori/ Indigenous Vocational Education. Third Edition, 17-26. Retrieved from http://www.waiariki.ac.nz/ about/journal-best-practice.asp
  • Bodkin-Allen, S. (2013). Using Facebook to enhance student engagement. ‘Six minute solution’ presentation at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Marambos, P. (2013). Are the educational performance indicators (EPIs) used to measure the performance of universities and polytechnics in New Zealand fit for purpose? Paper presented at the New Zealand Management Accounting Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand.
  • Marambos, P. (2013). How we are measured as educators impacts upon how we teach. Paper presented at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Montayre, J. (2013). Motivation: a powerful key to student learning engagement. Paper presented at the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference, Invercargill, New Zealand.

Postgraduate theses

  • McClelland, T. (2014). Why do they leave? An exploration of situational, dispositional, institutional, technological and epistemological factors on undergraduate student withdrawal from online studies at an institute of technology in New Zealand. (Unpublished doctoral thesis). Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts.

Travel, Tourism & Hotel Management

Conference presentations

  • Musika, F. (2014). Integrating green consumption dimension: Refining and validating the Consumer Styles Inventory scale (CSI). Presentation at ANZMAC Doctoral Colloquium Curtin University, Perth, Australia. 
  • Musika, F. (2014). Green CSI: Challenges and the way forward. Presentation at ANZMAC Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.

SIT Research Reports

 

Research at the Southern Institute of Technology continues to develop and flourish. Annual research reports are produced by the SIT Research Institute to showcase the diversity of research achievements among our staff and celebrate the wide range of research studies and creative projects.  You can download our research reports in full below, or scroll through the research profiles at left.