The former chief of the Otago Polytechnic is welcoming the end of what he calls the "unfortunate experiment" of Te Pūkenga.
In these times of "unprecedented crises", psychology is a profession that needs to step up and respond equitably for under-served communities.
Being first in your studies is one thing, but being the first to study and graduate in a new degree is quite another.
More than 330 people will graduate in person from the University of Otago with qualifications in science and arts at the Dunedin Town Hall at 1pm today.
More than 370 people will graduate in person from the University of Otago with qualifications in science and arts at the Dunedin Town Hall at 4pm today.
The fate of mega-polytechnic Te Pūkenga is sealed, the new Tertiary Education Minister having ordered leadership to look towards a more regional model.
Uncertainty around affirmative action is having a negative effect on the wellbeing of Māori and Pasifika students, a leading architect in the University of Otago’s scheme says.
Now that Kristina Simons is in the hot seat at one of Dunedin’s most beloved radio stations, she is aiming to help others fine-tune their creative voices.
The long-delayed Aquinas College extension project should be finished next month, the University of Otago says.
Staff at the embattled mega-polytechnic Te Pūkenga will find out the fate of the institution this week.
It may feel way too early to be making New Year’s resolutions, but if you have type 2 diabetes and you want to help others eat better, this might be for you.
Mai Chen’s law career reads like an astonishing list of achievements, and the accolades just keep coming.
The University of Otago has refused to help clean up a notorious student flat despite the property being used as a dumping ground for Castle St’s rubbish, the building’s manager says.
University of Otago staff called for a crackdown on "sickeningly cruel" flat initiations amid fears of long-term reputational damage to the institution.
Otago University epidemiologist Michael Baker is concerned about his image being fraudulently used to sell a product called 'Blood Balance'.
New Health Minister Dr Shane Reti says there was always going to be a cost-benefit analysis for a proposed medical school at the University of Waikato.
The appointment of a new vice-chancellor at the University of Otago could be still several months away, as the institution acknowledges it is still going through the process.