Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Given our inability to expect responsible leadership from China or the US, and the risks of reigniting the spread of COVID-19, coalitions of the trusted will only emerge slowly, write Professor Robert Ayson and Associate Professor David Capie.
Coronavirus will have profound and epoch-making implications for religion, write Dr Philip Fountain and Dr Geoffrey Troughton.
From sourdough starters to supermarket queues, the COVID-19 lockdown has influenced our eating and cooking behaviour. Now researchers from Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington and the University of Auckland are contributing to a
Publicity-seeking billionaires like Donald Trump and Richard Branson are less concerning than those that avoid the spotlight, writes Professor Nicholas Agar.
Reading the letters of servicemen and women is astonishingly illuminating of everyday family life during the two world wars, writes Professor Kate Hunter.
Victoria University of Wellington has advised students who have rooms in its halls of residence that the 100 percent discount it has applied to the cost of the rooms during the level 4 lock down will come to an end after 28 April.
If we see the COVID-19 lockdown as a catalyst for the evolution of its workforce, there are a few things New Zealand could do to make sure it lands well, write Malcolm Foo and Professor Alexander Richter.
What's coming demands innovative and agile responses, and central government alone can't provide the answer, writes Dr Chris Eichbaum.
Ani Eparaima and her team at Āwhina are focused on fostering and celebrating Māori student success. Over the lockdown, they have been making sure the 1,800 Māori students enrolled at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington remain