Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Understanding how earthquakes affect the ground they travel through could be the key to understanding how buildings and structures aboveground will be impacted by a given earthquake, says Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington
Why does it take a huge, international outpouring of resistance, antagonism and grief to make brands consider changing their discriminatory names, asks Associate Professor Val Hooper.
If an unending cycle of computer-generated mayhem makes for bad movies, it’s not because they use VFX, it's because they didn’t know how to, writes Sunny Teich.
The COVID-19 lockdown has only confirmed how vital New Zealand’s early childhood sector is to the country's future, so now is the time to bed in a systemic policy infrastructure to support resilient children, write Professor Carmen Dalli,
Who owns water? What is its legal status? How do waterways express cultural identities? The University's latest massive open online course (MOOC) explores questions around cultural relationships to wai (water), in the final installment of Aotearoa
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;.