Linda O'Neill

Head of School of Hospitality and Tourism and Deputy Dean Faculty - Culture and Society

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 9184

Email: linda.oneill@aut.ac.nz

Qualifications:

  • MA (Hons), Dip Business and Administration, Dip Tchg.

Memberships and Affiliations:

  • HERDSA
  • Ako Aotearoa.

Biography:

Linda has taught and researched in the areas of interpersonal communication, business communication, group dynamics and organisational behaviour. 


As Deputy Dean she is responsible for leading the academic development of the Faculty of Culture and Society including ensuring and enhancing the quality of programmes and standards.


She has a particular interest in the Faculty's BA Co-operative Education paper and has worked with the programme leaders to enhance the quality of the paper and the learning experience for the students.

Teaching Areas:

  • Communication
  • Organisational Behaviour.

Research Areas:

  • Cooperative Education.

Research Summary:

Linda has extensive experience in both teaching and management at tertiary level.


She has been Head of School of Communication Studies at AUT and Acting Dean of the Faculty of Arts.


Linda has taught and researched in the areas of interpersonal communication, business communication, group dynamics and organisational behaviour.

Publications:

  • De Vito,J., O’Rourke, S., & O'Neill,L.(2000). Human Communication, New Zealand Edition. Auckland New Zealand.
  • Hayman,S., Kelly, L., & O’Neill, L.(2002). "Do we really have to do this?". The purposes,problems and possibilities of the programme annual reporting process. Paper presented at The Seventh International Seminar in Quality in Higher Education. Melbourne, Australia.