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Bliss Graetz, a 4th year Master of Landscape Architecture student at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington, used her Summer Research scholarship to research the impacts of community gardens.
For Bryer Oden, a summer research scholarship was a chance to explore further her love of linguistics and prepare for her Master’s programme.
Lauren Hayes, a 5th year Master of Architecture (professional) student at Victoria University of Wellington won Best Visual at this year’s Summer Gold Awards.
Hannah Creary says her Summer Research Scholarship involved &ldquo;ten amazing weeks working in one of New Zealand’s coolest museums with centuries old herbarium specimens and some pretty neat people&rdquo;.
According to the oral histories of iwi in the area, D’Urville’s Island’s Lake Moawhitu and Hawke’s Bay’s Lake Whakaki may archive evidence of devasting tsunamis in the past.
Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington student Emily Chase spent her summer traipsing across the city, surveying 240 sites to figure out how effective predator management strategies have been in Wellington.
Tim Donaldson, a 5th year Master of Architecture student, won a Summer Gold Award for his project studying acute mental health ward design in New Zealand.
Bachelor of Arts student Elisabeth Willmott researched 19th century writing in France with lecturer Dr Yuri Cerqueira dos Anjos from the School of Languages and Cultures during her Summer Research
In a collaboration between scientists and designers, Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington researchers have developed new technology to make magnetic resonance imaging machines (MRIs) more comfortable, accessible, and affordable.