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Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori) Professor Rawinia Higgins has won a prestigious award for her contribution to te reo Māori language revitalisation.
Internationally renowned literary historian and critic, teacher, writer and scholar Professor Lydia Wevers ONZM, is retiring from Victoria University of Wellington's Stout Research Centre after 17 years as its director.
The late curator, historian and educator Jonathan Mane-Wheoki (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kurī, Te Aopōuri, Pākehā) (1943–2014) will be remembered by his friends, colleagues and former students in an upcoming seminar hosted at Victoria University of Wellington.
Victoria University researcher Associate Professor Michael Macaulay has welcomed the State Services Commission's report into the treatment of Ministry of Transport staff who raised concerns about the wrongdoings of former Ministry staff member Joanne Harrison,
Victoria University alumna and celebrated novelist Catherine Chidgey has won the 2017 Janet Frame Fiction Prize worth $5,000.
Scientists are working hard to determine the how, why and when of earthquakes, but getting answers is a complex team effort, says a Victoria University of Wellington geophysicist.
Now is the time to ramp up the conversation about the threat climate change poses to vulnerable residential areas, write Professor Ilan Noy, Victoria's Chair in the Economics of Disasters, and Dr Judy Lawrence, a Senior Research Fellow in the University's Climate Change Research Institute, in an article first published on Newsroom.
Victoria University of Wellington’s International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) is excited to host award-winning Australian novelist Charlotte Wood at one of its Writers on Mondays events this month.
One of the world's top scientific research ships will next week start a series of expeditions in the seas around New Zealand probing some of the twenty-first century's big earth science questions.