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A Victoria University of Wellington study has explored the relationships between identity and change to empower not-for-profit organisations, amidst pressures on the sector to become more business-like.
After completing a Bachelor of Arts at Victoria University of Wellington in 1999, Jamil Anderlini, currently based in Hong Kong as the Asia Editor of the Financial Times, went out into the world looking for adventures—and found no shortage of
Victoria University of Wellington says it is considering the decision announced today by the Minister of Education on a proposed change in name to 'University of Wellington'.
Victoria University of Wellington Chair of Wellbeing and Public Policy Professor Arthur Grimes looks at the implications of the Treasury’s Living Standards Framework dashboard and the Finance Minister's Budget Policy Statement.
Victoria University of Wellington student Bruce Thomas’ path to completing his Doctor of Philosophy in Law was more difficult than most, but his research could have a significant impact on how countries share customs intelligence.
Analysis of the impact for learners of an online course about Antarctica shows students had their preconceptions challenged and developed a new sense of protection towards the continent.
Kristopher Nielsen from the Explanation of Psychopathology and Crime research lab in Victoria University of Wellington's School of Psychology outlines the important questions at the heart of his PhD.
A proposed trial is a dangerous exercise that could ultimately destroy trust in our electoral process, writes cyber expert Associate Professor Ian Welch from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Engineering and