Follow our cutting-edge research and learn more about topical issues through the University's public lecture series.
This seminar considers whether New Zealand should adopt the 'CLOUD Act' regime.
Other capitals have been conservative – dominated by government, their populations employed by or dependent on it and reluctant to ‘rock the boat’.
Participatory landscape architecture in a reinventing city: Two scales of urban design projects in Warsaw, Poland.
Catch up on our public lecture series with the following selection of lecture recordings.
Professor Jim McAloon looks at the New Zealand middle class as it was around 1900.
Professor van der Heijden will reflect on the long, and often remarkable, history of regulatory reform.
Professor Michael Macaulay explores the tension between rhetoric and reality, drawing on almost seven years of New Zealand-based research.
Dr Alexander Gerst, astronaut and distinguished alumni, shares his experience of space travel.
Access video recordings from previous public lectures.