Maurice Perwick has been awarded the Canterbury Peg recognising his considerable service and achievements.
At the 4 November AGM, two new Fellows were welcomed - Rebecca Strang and Dr Chris Pearson.
Early insights have come through for the Inclusion@work Index. Peak industry leaders have joined forces to establish a baseline for the state of diversity and inclusion across the space, spatial and surveying profession.
Entries have been received, judging has taken place, and we’re delighted to now have a list of the finalists for this year’s NZ Spatial Excellence Awards, hosted by APSEA and presented by S+SNZ.
A call has gone out for young professionals get involved in the new S+SNZ Emerging Leader's Programme.
This month we welcome two new staff members, Loren Nukunuku and Libby Davis.
Graduates from the School of Surveying are in hot demand this year with job advertisements taking up a lot of wall space around the School
It’s time to establish a baseline in diversity and inclusion within the Space, Spatial and Surveying sectors of Australia and New Zealand
The much-anticipated awards night lived up to expectations last week as the pinnacle of professional excellence was celebrated!
Well done Patrick Coughlan for winning the Kairūri Community Trust conference sponsorship!
Congratulations Murray Browne!
Congratulations Kat Salm who was recently awarded NAWIC's Outstanding Achievement in Design.