Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
We have been on a collision course with freshwater for over a century and now we are going to have to make some difficult and uncomfortable choices, writes environmental historian Dr Jonathan West, Victoria University of Wellington's 2019 JD Stout
Victoria University of Wellington has appointed Professor Ehsan Mesbahi as its new Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculties of Science, Engineering, Architecture and Design.
Making New Zealanders less susceptible to hostility-provoking propaganda takes knowledge, resources and efforts by educators and others, writes Associate Professor Dolores Janiewski from Victoria University of Wellington's History programme.
University alumnae Elizabeth Knox ONZM, and Fleur Adcock OBE CNZM have been named the recipients of the 2019 Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement in the fields of fiction and poetry respectively.
A tendency to sanctify the champion of non-violent civil disobedience in the simplest terms doesn't do justice to the man and his thinking, writes Professor Sekhar Bandyopadhyay from Victoria University of Wellington's History programme.
There is a fine line between sending the message of accepting a behaviour and encouraging it, writes Snita Ahir-Knight, a child and adolescent therapist who is a PhD student in Victoria University of Wellington's Philosophy programme.
Victoria University of Wellington has claimed the top spot as Australasia’s fittest university in the Australasian Universities Health Challenge for 2019, coming in first ahead of 12 other universities across Australia and New Zealand.
Museums that see such shows solely as blockbusters to bring in revenue and new audiences are missing an opportunity, says Victoria University of Wellington's Dr Lee Davidson.