Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Findings favour more use of graduate student tutors to free up professors, write Dr Jan Feld from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Economics and Finance, Dr Nicolás Salamanca from the University of Melbourne and Assistant Professor Ulf
CoHousing and other alternative models represent a growing movement of 'high-functioning neighbourhoods', hears a Victoria University of Wellington co-hosted hui.
Topography is the key to protecting indigenous plant life and improving human health, says Victoria University of Wellington PhD student Amin Rastandeh.
The world-class Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival is on in Wellington this week, with Victoria University of Wellington a strategic partner.
Findings from two newly-published Victoria University of Wellington-led research projects show how to prepare for sea level rise over the long-term and highlight the importance of understanding how the impacts of climate change cascade beyond
New Zealand could witness a spate of referenda next year. Whether this is a good way to govern is questionable, writes the School of Government's Professor of Public Policy Jonathan Boston.
PR obfuscation and denial achieve nothing and only limit the chances of necessary environmental change occurring, writes Dr Mike Joy from Victoria University of Wellington's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies.
Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi at Victoria University of Wellington launches its 2019 programme with the exhibition Passages, featuring three artists who are internationally renowned for their work with sound.