Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
The New Zealand Government's support for low-income families during COVID-19 gave us a glimpse of what longer-lasting transformative policies could look like, writes Dr Kate Prickett.
A determination to reduce earthquake risk drives the work of Te Herenga Waka&ndash;Victoria University of Wellington’s Dr Carolyn Boulton, who has received a major award from the American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Climate change experts and those who wish to learn from them will be gathering online at the third Pacific Ocean Climate Change Conference from 27&ndash;30 October 2020.
The need for robust and strategic advice has never been greater, so it's crucial briefings for New Zealand's incoming ministers aren't treated as the policy equivalent of junk mail, writes Adjunct Professor Chris Eichbaum.
Professor Jack Vowles and Professor Jennifer Curtin go in search of New Zealand First's missing supporters and distinguish between exclusionary and inclusive populism.
Professor Karin Lasthuizen, Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership, Wellington School of Business and Government highlights the importance of ethical leadership in the country's COVID-19 recovery.
Co-creators Dr Lori Leigh from Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington and University alumnus George Fowler (aka Hugo Grrl) assure their audience they will leave their &ldquo;disgustingly cute&rdquo; kids’ drag show The Glitter
Future space missions may be propelled using superconductor magnets developed by the Robinson Research Institute at Te Herenga Waka&ndash;Victoria University of Wellington.
Emeritus Professor Arthur Pomeroy looks to ancient Greece and Rome to better understand modern China.