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Politics and sport have always fascinated Victoria University of Wellington graduate Micheal Warren, who is graduating with a PhD in Political Science this week—and his doctoral research provided an opportunity to combine the two.
Victoria University of Wellington Te Kawa a Māui lecturer Dr Vini Olsen-Reeder is helping financial education firm Banqer lift its Māori language and cultural competency.
A television comedy series that confronts the polarising question of 'What is a real Māori?' has been awarded the 2018 David Carson-Parker Embassy Prize in Scriptwriting at Victoria University of Wellington.
The 2018 New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference at Victoria University of Wellington hears about politicians' harassment experiences.
With a Bachelor of Arts already under his belt, Victoria University of Wellington student Gabriel Callaghan, who is deaf, is graduating this week with a Master of Software Development.
Last week over 200 people gathered in Te Toki a Rata to celebrate this year’s recipients of the Victoria International Leadership Programme (VILP) and Victoria Plus Programme awards.
Victoria University of Wellington Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori) Professor Rawinia Higgins has been named Wellingtonian of the Year for Education at the 2018 Dominion Post 'Welly' awards held at Te Papa last week.
Tamatha Paul (Ngāti Awa and Waikato Tainui), who graduates this week, was offered scholarships from a number of universities, but Victoria University of Wellington was always her first choice.
The top Māori undergraduate students in each faculty have been acknowledged in a ceremony at Te Herenga Waka marae.