University of Canterbury



Gabrielle Moore
Tel 03 364 2485, Mobile 021 190 2396

Jo McLean
Tel 03 364 2288, Mobile 021 655 322

c/o University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 8140
TEU House, 41 Creyke Road, Ilam, Christchurch 8041


Branch Co-presidents’

Garrick Cooper –

Warwick Anderson –

Other committee members

Secretary/Treasurer Tim O’Sullivan
Māori Academic Rep Nominees to be confirmed by Canterbury Māori Academic members of Te Ūepu
Māori General Rep nominees to be confirmed by General Branch members of Te Ūepu  Karen Murphy
Pasifika Academic Rep Nominees to be confirmed by Pasifika
Pasifika General Rep Canterbury Branch members  Bernie Aulavemai
Women’s Rep Anne-Marie Brady
General Staff Rep Grant Bush
 Recruitment Officer Rob Stowell
 Young Workers Rep Lucy-Jane Walsh
 Active Members Steven Gieseg
  Julie Johnson

Keir Leslie

Benita Rarere-Briggs



Madison Walker
Tel 03 364 2987 extension 4150

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  • Guest post: Science needs the humanities

    One week after the TEU’s #lovehumanities day of action, Professor Jack Heinemann from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Canterbury shares his thoughts on the value humanities add to ...

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  • Thoughts with those affected by Port Hills fires

    As wildfires continue to spread in Christchurch, members and staff of the TEU send thoughts and best wishes to all those affected. Approximately 450 homes have been evacuated and at least ...

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  • Coming out now safer for TEU members

    Coming out is not a single act but a process they  goes on and on, each new iteration bringing a new emotional issue, says Warwick Anderson from TEU’s Rainbow Te ...

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  • TEU fears Christchurch mental health funding cuts

    Tertiary Update Vol 19 No 5 “I was in a garden centre when Sunday’s earthquake hit and everybody froze,” says TEU organiser Gabrielle Moore. “As soon as it stopped everyone ran straight ...

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  • Academic freedom at stake

    Tertiary Update Vol 18 No 40 An attempt by police to prevent a crime researcher using public data raises important academic freedom questions. University of Canterbury sociologist Dr Jarrod Gilbert revealed to ...

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