Data on the post-study migration and employment outcomes of international tertiary students was analysed and the findings were reported. The report will be used to improve the government’s understanding of international student outcomes, and to evaluate and improve immigration policy.
This research project focused on the near-future challenges and opportunities for genomics in New Zealand and identified ways in which a national facility for genomics could help New Zealand to overcome challenges and make the most of opportunities.
Developed a module for the New Zealand Health Survey that will measure key aspects of New Zealanders’ mental health and mental health service use. The module will be fielded in 2016/17, and will be New Zealand’s first measurement of population mental health since 2003.
Several contributions were made to Housing New Zealand’s longitudinal research project, including provision of interviewing services, analysis of qualitative and quantitative data, development of a logic model and evaluation framework, and reporting on specific topics of interest. The research has been used to improve services for tenants and applicants.
Interviewing services were provided to Housing New Zealand’s large scale longitudinal research project on tenants and applicants.
Years: 2008 – 2010
A large scale, mixed method research and evaluation project examined Te Wānanga o Aotearoa practices, and evaluated the outcomes from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa education. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is New Zealand’s second largest tertiary education institution, and this report helped to fill a significant and longstanding gap in New Zealand’s understanding of how it works and what it achieves.