Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Dr Gill Greer, an international leader in the field of women’s rights and gender equality, will receive an honorary Doctor of Literature degree from Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington during next month’s graduation
As a disabled researcher of disability history, PhD student Michelle Walmsley from Victoria University of Wellington's Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is challenging received notions of disability.
The review of Tomorrow's Schools has gone some way towards softening its worst excesses, but important questions remain, write Dr Bronwyn Wood and Associate Professor Kate Thornton from Victoria University of Wellington's Faculty of Education.
Visiting eco-architect Professor Klaus Klaas Loenhart invites a Victoria University of Wellington audience to reimagine cities as living biomes with networks of gardens and forests and inside vegetation.
Where they play a key role in offending, poverty, deprivation and addiction should be taken into account when sentencing, writes Professor Lisa Marriott from the University's Wellington School of Business and Government.
Victoria University of Wellington’s Dr Tia Neha has spent her career implementing mātauranga Māori into her psychological research.
Award-winning fiction writer and essayist Dr Tina Makereti will join Victoria University of Wellington’s International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) in 2020 as co-convenor of the highly regarded Master’s in Creative Writing.