A University of Otago scientist specialising in smell and taste has joined an international team scrambling to gather data about early warning signs of Covid-19 infection.
Otago Polytechnic is in “good hands” after appointing Megan Gibbons as the organisation’s new chief executive.
By the end of today an estimated 95% of University of Otago staff will be working from home as the facility prepares for the nationwide lockdown.
By tomorrow 95% of University of Otago staff will be working from home as the tertiary institution readies for the coming nationwide lockdown.
The University of Otago is to move some of its courses online as part of the effort to contain Covid-19.
Giving employees clear expectations and regular communication are the key to successfully working from home, a Dunedin expert says.
By studying 2500-year-old teeth, Dunedin researchers have helped shed new light on life and gender inequality in Bronze Age China.
Otago Uni students calling on social media for an unofficial Hyde St party to go ahead have been warned by the proctor they are putting their education at risk.
The University of Otago has cancelled graduation ceremonies in May as it continues its response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Dunedin students still keen to go to the cancelled Hyde St Party despite coronavirus warnings have created event pages claiming "they can't stop us all".
Otago University students are being urged to take coronavirus warnings seriously after large numbers of them defied calls to avoid mass gatherings during St Patrick's Day yesterday.
Former Night ’n Day chief executive Tony Allison has been named chairman of Otago Polytechnic’s board of directors.
There were many "jaws on the floor" as University of Otago students moved into the new music and performing arts centre in Dunedin.
The University of Otago, while wrestling with the implications for students and staff of Covid-19, is now also dealing with a spate of cases of mumps.
Don't expect the coronavirus pandemic to be over by Christmas. Instead, New Zealand is set for a long, drawn-out battle with the virus as different waves of the pandemic hit separate countries at different times, experts say.
Before they received qualifications, Otago Polytechnic chief executive Phil Ker urged the students to be leaders in their everyday lives.
The riverside path next to the building has been closed and the barriers will affect access to the Archway Lecture Theatre.