Lecturer, Centre for Business Interdisciplinary Studies
Phone: +64 9 9219999 ext 5017
- Master of Arts (Honours) in Museum Studies
- Master of Arts in Social Anthropology
- Certificate in Tertiary Teaching
Lecturer in the Bachelor of Business:
- Globalisation – social science perspectives
- Managing Business Relationships – social science perspectives
- Professional Practice – academic skills for students
- Cross-Cultural representation in museum exhibitions
Stuart’s Master’s thesis in Social Anthropology used football as a vehicle to explore globalisation and how the global and the local are interconnected.
His Master’s thesis in Museum studies used case study methodology to explore the role of Exhibition Officers in Regional Museums and the relationships they formed with other staff while designing and fabricating exhibitions.
Rasmussen, T. & McAdam, .S (2009). Lessons from cross-cultural dialogues: The experiences of a regional New Zealand museum. The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum. 2 (2), pp. 147-158.
Excellence in Student Centred Learning Award 2008, awarded to the teaching team for the paper, Managing Business Relationships.