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A Victoria University of Wellington climate change expert is calling for an overhaul of the way climate change pledges are assessed, to avoid ‘indefinite procrastination’ on the design of efficient mitigation policies.
A tragic love story tinged with magic, and the tale of a naughty child who is haunted by nursery toys coming to life are set to be performed by some of New Zealand’s finest young opera singers in Wellington next week.
Australian novelist Michelle de Kretser will be reading her fiction and talking about her work with Emily Perkins in one of the highlights of the winter reading series, Writers on Mondays.
Victoria University of Wellington’s Professor Peter Smith has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) for his research on multiple antennas which are being deployed in commercial mobile phone systems.
A new student space called The Bubble has opened in the Student Union Building on Victoria University of Wellington’s Kelburn campus.
Anna Smaill, who holds a Master’s in Creative Writing from Victoria University, has catapulted into the international spotlight with her debut novel being longlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Māori Language Week is being marked by Victoria University of Wellington’s Faculty of Law with the launch of a new bilingual tool unlike anything else produced in New Zealand.
To celebrate 2015 Māori Language Week, the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori) and Te Kawa a Māui are running a competition to compile a list of 50 phrases in te reo for use on the Māori at Victoria website.
Professor Richard Boast from Victoria’s Faculty of Law is one of three lawyers to be appointed Queen’s Counsel this year.