- Current students
Lecturer, Enterprise Education in Schools
School of Applied Business
NZ Registered Teacher
Business NZ Mentor
R&D Funding for SME product development
Areas of Research
SME perspectives on MoBIE funding application process
Emergent Systems in Sustainability: Sahtouris meets Odum
NLP in teaching/learning
Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Nick Kearns as Associate Supervisor
Chai, Kim (2016). The challenges faced by homeowners and other stakeholders in retrofitting double glazed windows in older homes in New Zealand (Master of Business)
Kearns, N. B. F., & Beale, W. J. (2015). Show me the Money: Perspectives on Applying for Government Research and Development Co-funding. Auckland, New Zealand, Occasional and Discussion Paper Series (Vol. Unitec ePress).
Oldfield, J., Dassanayake, w., and Kearns, N. (2014). iBus: Perceptions of the rise of mobile learning in a business degree. B. Hegarty, J. McDonald, & S.-K. Loke (Eds.), Rhetoric and Reality: Critical perspectives on educational technology. Proceedings ascilite Dunedin 2014, B. Hegarty, J. McDonald, & S.-K. Loke (Eds.),.
Kearns, N. B. F., and Beale, W.J. (2014). The experience of high value manufacturing & services (HVMS) small to medium enterprises (SME) when applying for government research & development funding. Auckland, Not Published.
Kearns, N.B.F. (2014). Innovation Funding in New Zealand. Unitec Research Symposium, Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland.
Kearns, N. B. F., Saifoloi, M., & Mellalieu, P. J. (2014). Introducing Education for Enterprise within island and immigrant Pacific communities: Capacity building lessons from the New Zealand experience. Unitec Pacific Research Symposium, Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland.