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Sexism in Science to be examined in Public Lecture
Persistent gender inequalities in science must be taken seriously says Auckland physicist Nicola Gaston who will give the 2017 Patricia Coleman Lecture tomorrow evening.


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Glass and politics on radar for new OUSA president

As last year’s Editor of Critic, the new President of the Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) Hugh Baird is not unfamiliar with the issues affecting students.


First-year students welcomed to Otago

Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy is challenging first-year students to share her four major aspirations as they begin their studies at the University.


Teaching awards honour four Otago staff

Dedication and passion has paid off for four University of Otago staff, who have each received Teaching Excellence Awards from the University.



Otago Medical School Alumnus Association 2017 History of Medicine Series

Mr Pragnesh Bhatt, Consultant Neurosurgeon at Dunedin Hospital will present History of Ayurveda.

Office chair and printer

Office chair from Office Max - in very good condition.

2003 Honda Odyssey

White, seven-seater, in really good condition.



Graduate Women (Otago) February Branch Meeting

Elspeth Sandys, an educator and author who attended both Otago and Auckland University, will speak about "Writing a Memoir".


Ali Clarke's Blog: University of Otago 1869-2019 ~ writing a history

Otago 150 years

Of pills and potions and poisons

The University of Otago’s interest in pills and potions and poisons dates back to its earliest years. In his first …

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Making news

Would-be tenants seek to live in cars on driveways to beat Auckland rents
18 August – New Zealand Herald

Effectiveness of Community Treatment Orders
17 August – Radio New Zealand

Campylobacter in Hawke's Bay
16 August – Radio New Zealand



Stepping into the community to support Orphans Aid

Four students living at Cumberland College are discovering the joys and insights volunteer work brings, heading off-campus every second Saturday to help at the Orphans’ Aid Opshop in South Dunedin.


Hocken snaps: Otago Registry building and Clock Tower

This is a photograph of the University of Otago Registry building and Clock Tower.