- Master of Professional Business Studies (Distinction) Marketing, Auckland University of Technology
Born in the UK, Kate moved to New Zealand in 1994 after working in the City of London in venture capital; sales; marketing; PR and corporate events. Kate brings that wealth of experience into her teaching to relate academic concepts to the workplace.
For the last 10 years Kate has been the Co-operative Education Employer Relations Manager for the Business School. Her main responsibility in this role is developing and maintaining relationships with employers in the Auckland region to secure Placements for students.
Currently – Co-operative Education workshops
Academic supervision for Co-operative Education (Marketing)
Previously – Services Marketing and B2B Marketing
• Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
• Achieving and measuring programme learning goals in capstone papers
• Student outcomes from WIL
Work integrated learning (WIL); Co-operative Education; Reflective practice; Industry /community engagement for Work Integrated learning.
Appointment, affiliation, and membership
- AUT Teaching & Learning Academy, Accepted into the AUT Teaching and Learning Academy
(2019 - 2020)
Coleman, K. (2015). Developing an innovative assessment programme in a Co-operative Education capstone paper to meet stakeholder expectations: An AUT University Business School model. In 19th WACE World Conference on Co-opertive Education and Work Integrated Education. Kyoto: WACE. Retrieved from http://www.waceinc.org/kyoto2015/schedule.html
Coleman, K., & Boys, J. (2012). Measuring the unteachable: Achieving and measuring programme learning goals in a capstone co-operative education paper. In WACE 9th Internayional conference on cooperative & work-integrated education. Istanbul. Retrieved from http://www.waceinc.org/bahcesehir2012/