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Polytech apology over library hours

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Otago Polytechnic has apologised to students after its library switched to holiday hours while projects and exams had not yet finished in some courses.

Polytech apology over library hours

Polytech apology over library hours

Otago Polytechnic has apologised to students after its library switched to holiday hours while projects and exams had not yet finished in some courses.

Students fear 'insurmountable' costs as stipend axed

University of Otago radiation therapy students are preparing to feel the pinch as a stipend for clinical placements is removed from 2016.

Patman drives debate on NZ's future

Patman drives debate on NZ's future

Otago is a province with a rich history of achieving firsts. We have led the way in many fields and that tradition continues. Researchers at the University of Otago are attracting international attention and some have been granted millions of dollars for cutting-edge projects. What are they up to? Reporter John Gibb does his own research on the researchers.

Video: University of Otago flyover

Video: University of Otago flyover

A video from Dunedin's Taylormade of the  University of Otago is attracting huge viewing numbers.

Prof to lead new division

Prof to lead new division

Prof Helen Nicholson move into a new office in the University of Otago's Clocktower building - ''as soon as they have decided where the new office will be'', she says.

Academics win early career awards for 'outstanding' research

Academics win early career awards for 'outstanding' research

Five up-and-coming University of Otago academics have gained Early Career Awards for Distinction in Research.

Students start internships

Four University of Otago College of Education students have recently begun 150-hour internships with education staff at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.

Gates Cambridge Scholarship coup for Otago graduate

Gates Cambridge Scholarship coup for Otago graduate

University of Otago graduate Helen Alderson has won a scholarship, funded by one of the world's wealthiest men, to pursue PhD research at Cambridge University.

Gates Cambridge Scholarship coup for Otago graduate

University of Otago graduate Helen Alderson has won a scholarship, funded by one of the world's wealthiest men, to pursue PhD research at Cambridge University.

Spotlight on foreign policy

Spotlight on foreign policy

The University of Otago will soon mark the 50th anniversary of its annual Foreign Policy School by focusing on New Zealand's place in the world.

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