Academics Jemma Geoghegan and Nathan Kenny have been awarded $800,000 Rutherford Discovery Fellowships to pursue scientific research in Dunedin.
An agency that promotes international education in Otago is working out how high school pupils from overseas can be encouraged to stay in the region to take up tertiary study.
Award-winning novelist and West Coast newspaper reporter Becky Manawatu has been named as next year’s University of Otago Burns Fellow.
The Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) will bank on improved commercial fortunes to end a series of deficits.
The spectre of sector-wide job cuts was raised at Otago Polytechnic during a visit by the man in charge of New Zealand’s new national vocational education institute.
A man who dropped a high-profile court case against the University of Otago has broken his silence, but the university will not follow suit.
Outgoing University of Otago vice chancellor Harlene Hayne has expressed her sympathies the death of a man when a roof collapsed at Curtin University this week.
Distinguished historian Prof Tony Ballantyne will be Otago University's new head of external engagement.
A Victoria University law lecturer is not surprised a legal challenge against Otago’s medical school admissions process was dropped, saying it had no chance of winning in court.
A third of sexual assaults on New Zealand university students go unreported, according to new research published in The New Zealand Medical Journal.
Dunedin's student publication Critic Te Arohi has retained its title as New Zealand’s best for the fourth year in a row.
The University of Otago has been given a $69 million boost that will help researchers working on cutting-edge quantum technology and on coastal ecosystems.
Departing University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne, who takes up a new job in Australia next year, says restructuring has set up the Dunedin institution well for the future.
The garden at the University of Otago’s "sustainable neighbourhood" does not yet exist, but Jessie Barron is looking forward to making it happen.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne will leave the university to take up a role in Australia.
A Dunedin professor warns that a "serious conversation" is needed over a lack of funds to support life-saving cancer tests at the country’s only dedicated oral pathology dental service.