Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Wander into the New Zealand bush, and you’re likely to hear the calls of a variety of native birds. But how do you tell which bird is which, particularly when tui and bellbirds imitate each other, and the trilling of the ruru sounds just like
Growing international recognition of Victoria University of Wellington's excellence is reflected in the latest QS World University global rankings, which show the University has moved up 60 places in the past five years.
Two projects co-led by Victoria University of Wellington researchers to investigate the impact of climate change on the Antarctic region have received $15 million in funding.
Research from Victoria University of Wellington has shown that the early successes of health policy changes designed to reduce inequities in access to primary healthcare were not sustained.
'Education is power. Education is growth. Education is freedom.' This is the mantra recent graduate Widad Ballo lives by.
Victoria University of Wellington welcomes a major step forward with plans to establish a national music centre in central Wellington, which would house the University’s New Zealand School of Music—Te Kōkī (NZSM).
Dr Hedwig Eisenbarth from the School of Psychology discusses how the level of psychopathic traits in a group can affect the outcome of team work.
In a group, personality traits can rub off, write Dr Hedwig Eisenbarth from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Psychology and Professor Rebecca Hoyle and PhD student Martina Testori from the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom.