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Dunedin School of Medicine showcases research
The cutting edge research coming out of the Dunedin School of Medicine (DSM) will be showcased tomorrow, at the inaugural DSM symposium at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.


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Hot competition in 3MT finals

Accounting and forensic anthropology ruled the day at the Otago Three Minute Thesis Finals last night, when 10 Master's and PhD research students explained their thesis topics in just 180 seconds.


More work needed to get kids connecting with nature

Interdisciplinary Otago research has pinpointed hindrances New Zealand children face in connecting with nature in their neighbourhoods.


2015 Supervisor of the Year named

The University’s top supervisors for 2015 were named at an event at the Staff Club last night, with Marine Science’s Dr Will Rayment taking out this year’s title.



Delightful, sunny cottage in desirable location

Sun streams in to this cosy, two-bedroom, North East Valley home, situated in a private location with a rural view, elevated off the Valley floor.

Flatmate wanted for Tainui flat

Extra large and fully furnished room (if required) available in Tainui.



Otago University Staff Families Association

Otago University Staff Families Association (OUSFA) welcomes newcomers and visitors.


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

Otago 150 years

Heading to the hills

The 1100 or so students at Otago in the 1920s were an energetic bunch and a number of sports thrived, …

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Making news

Law expert backs family violence bail trial
27 August – 3 News

Pavlova created in New Zealand not Australia, and that’s final
27 August – Australian Times

Less money, less happiness: NZ in 2015
26 August – New Zealand Herald



Hocken snaps: Between lectures at Otago

Students socialise between lectures at the University of Otago in 1949.


Hidden Talents: Creating her happy place

Under the moniker little minx, Student Health Services medical receptionist Joanna Livingston is part of a handmade revolution of sorts in New Zealand.