Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
The $1.9 billion allocated for mental health in New Zealand's Wellbeing Budget supports a bold step forward, but how achievable are its goals, asks Dr Douglas Sutherland from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Psychology.
The state sector the world over is refocused on 'the spirit of service' and 'an ethic of care', a Victoria University of Wellington-hosted conference hears.
Dr Michael Johnston, Associate Dean (Academic) in Victoria University of Wellington's Faculty of Education, welcomes the potential for profound educational improvements presented by new NCEA reforms.
Dr Fiona Hutton from Victoria University of Wellington's Institute of Criminology weighs the benefits of a health-focused, harm reduction approach to drugs versus a punitive one that saddles users with a criminal record and stigmatises them for life.
New research led by Victoria University of Wellington has shown a significant threat to an organism crucial to the growth of many marine species including native New Zealand pāua and kina.
A new suite of resources to help school-aged students learn about science through participating in online citizen science projects is the result of a Victoria University of Wellington research project.
A Victoria University of Wellington study has shown that people build their passwords from personal information for a variety of reasons including to invoke important memories or achieve future goals.
Associate Professor Ian Yeoman, Head of the Tourism Management Group at Victoria University Wellington, suggests ways to ensure the country's number one export industry continues to be successful, but in the right way.
Alabama and Georgia legislation aims to force the Supreme Court to revisit the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, but its conservative Justices are far from guaranteed to overturn the decision, writes Victoria University of Wellington history PhD