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Lily Holder-McFlinn (Rongowhakaata) came to Victoria University of Wellington this year with a $5000 Victoria Academic Excellence Scholarship, a $15,000 Spark scholarship for women in technology and one of only five Te Ara a Kupe Beaton scholarships
After a successful season in Wellington, New Zealand School of Music&ndash;Te Kōkῑ students went on to perform opera on the Marae at Nukuhau Pā in Taupo.
Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi at Victoria University of Wellington is proud to present its final exhibitions for 2018, including an extensive presentation of the photography collection of the late gallerist Peter McLeavey (1936&ndash;2015).
Victoria University of Wellington has won a 2018 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) Business Award in the Public Sector category.
The annual count, which runs from Friday 21 September until Sunday 30 September, aims to build a picture of where our native pigeon is&ndash;and isn’t&ndash;found.
Victoria University of Wellington has a strong commitment to supporting students and provides a range of counselling and wellbeing services on all campuses.
Research shows more than half of ICU patients eat less than a third of their meals and don’t get enough nutrition, write teaching fellow Lyns Sutton from Victoria University of Wellington's Graduate School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health and
New research from Victoria University of Wellington suggests that a low-intensity version of a play-based therapy known as the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) may be effective for New Zealand children with autism.
New York-based alumna Dr Anne-Marie Tupuola-Plunkett discusses her career as a United Nations consultant and a proud advocate of Pacific scholarship.