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- 23 April 2014 The Wellington ESRI GIS Regional Meeting April 11th 2014
- On the 11th of April this year, the School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences (SGEES) sponsored the ESRI GIS User Group meeting in Wellington. This meeting attracts participants from industry, government and the tertiary sector to dissemination information on GIS projects in the region. Read more about The Wellington ESRI GIS Regional Meeting April 11th 2014
- 9 April 2014 Keeping tabs on those who leave
- Dr Alan Gamlen, Senior Lecturer from our school, is playing a key role in the first major international study into emigration policies around the world, led by Oxford University. He is heading the largest of 11 projects that make up the Oxford Diasporas Programme, which spans five departments and three research centres at Oxford. The research, funded by the United Kingdom-based Leverhulme Trust, is looking at the social, economic, political and cultural impact of diaspora, or groups of people living away from their homeland. Read more about Keeping tabs on those who leave
- 3 March 2014 Rachael Westergaard Memorial Award
- Master’s student Aaron Johnston was presented with the inaugural Rachael Westergaard Memorial Award at a ceremony held recently. The fund was set up by the Westergaard Family, through the Victoria University Foundation, as an endowment for a Master's Scholarship in Geophysics in honour of their late daughter Rachael, a student at Victoria from 2009 to 2012. Read more about Rachael Westergaard Memorial Award
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