Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Dr Dougal Sutherland from the School of Psychology asks why we learn reading and writing at school but not the equally important skills of emotional awareness and management.
Popular readings series Writers on Mondays returns to Wellington from 22 July, featuring a stunning array of local, national, and international writers.
Invasive species including plants, insects and birds are a big problem in the Pacific, affecting the health of people and the environment and even driving people from their homes and land. In the drive to help Pacific communities manage this threat,
Victoria University of Wellington Associate Professor in Public Policy and Sustainability Valentina Dinica weighs the balance between business and conservation responsibilities.
Victoria University of Wellington has won an international sustainability award for its student leadership programme at the United Nations-hosted Green Gown Awards ceremony in New York.
Although new to the waterfront, the XXCQ (or Deloitte) building has already become a distinctive part of the Wellington skyline, its reflective surface visible for miles. Architecture graduate Thomas Seear-Budd was a key part of this project,
Some pets can have an annual ecological footprint equivalent to a car travelling 10,000 kilometres a year, points out the recipient of Victoria University of Wellington's inaugural Staff Sustainability Excellence Award, Professor Brenda Vale.
Parliamentary scrutiny of quality of long-term governance in New Zealand is limited, ad hoc and unsystematic. So what are the solutions, asks Professor Jonathan Boston from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government.
Incrementalism will only take us so far, writes Victoria University of Wellington Professor of Criminology Jan Jordan, who argues the ‘system of injustice’ for sexual violence victims requires a transformational approach.