Master of Science (Thesis) students

The Centre for Science in Society is open to Master's candidates from a range of disciplines who are interested in projects of relevance to science in society.

If you are a qualified graduate, and are interested in doing a Master's with our group, please get in touch.

More information on undertaking a Master's by research at Victoria University of Wellington (including enrolments and available funding) can be found through Master's programmes.

Find out more

To find out more, or if you're interested in doing a Master's by research with science in Society, contact:

Centre for Science in Society

Our Master's students

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Zoe Heine

Community Gardens and Climate Change

Supervisor: James Beattie & Tim Corballis

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Hamish Howard

The New Zealand Marine Values Survey: Perceptions, Attitudes and Behaviours Towards the New Zealand Marine Environment, in the context of Human Values

Supervisor: Courtney Addison

Secondary supervisor: Marc Wilson

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Te Nia (Navana) Matthews

Is climate change altering the Māori calendrical system of Maramataka in the tribal areas of Tūhoe

Supervisor: Pauline Harris

Secondary supervisor: Vincent Olsen Reeder

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Max Soar

Communicating scientific complexity, risk, and uncertainty: Scientist-communicators and public engagement

Supervisor: Rebecca Priestley

Secondary supervisor: Nayantara Sheoran Appleton