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A Victoria University of Wellington PhD student has created a world-first English course aimed at helping rugby players master the game’s technical terms, both on and off the field.
Victoria University of Wellington will host a lecture by Dr Joseph Minervini, a global expert on superconductivity from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dr Rachael Shaw from the School of Biological Sciences discusses the unusual food behaviours of the New Zealand robin.
Those studying Victoria University of Wellington’s Trimester 3 course Under the Gun: International Crime Fiction in Print and on Screen with Dr Carolina Miranda can assuage their guilt over watching too many crime dramas on Netflix by putting
Professor Simon Mackenzie, Dr Trevor Bradley and Master's student Angus Lindsay from Victoria University of Wellington's Institute of Criminology lay out the evidence against Armed Response Teams.
Wai-te-ata Press is offering a new course focusing on the growing fields of digital storytelling and data journalism as part of this year’s Trimester 3 programme.
Faculty of Education senior lecturer Dr Bronwyn Wood is determined to counter the idea that young people are apathetic.
New Zealand has a great opportunity for leadership on climate change, if only the Government listened to some of the excellent suggestions on the table, writes Professor Dave Frame, Director of Victoria University of Wellington's New Zealand Climate
A collaboration led by Victoria University of Wellington has received $13 million in funding to help New Zealand transition to a zero-carbon society by applying data science to the aquaculture industry.