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Notices

Funding for Performances

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Funding, usually up to $1,500 per project, is available to help University students and staff fund public performances (e.g. comedy, dance, theatre, film, music) that wouldn’t happen without this support.

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Review of the Information Security Office, ITS: 15 to 17 Nov 2017

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

As part of the University’s quality assurance programme a Panel has been convened to review, evaluate and report to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) on matters pertaining to the Information Security Office.

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Do you want to help Dunedin families in need of support?

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

We are looking for caregivers to provide emergency, short-term and/or respite care for children.

As part of our support for vulnerable families, we offer planned respite care when there are no natural supports available, such as family members. This is where the child or children are placed with a caregiver for an agreed and regular period of time, for example one weekend a month. We also provide emergency respite care if the child’s parent cannot look after them, for example if they are in hospital.

There is no one particular “type” of person who is better suited to caregiving than any other. The real qualification is whether you can commit yourself wholeheartedly to meeting the child’s needs, be honest, accepting and flexible. Caregivers are given ongoing support and training, receive a board payment to help cover additional costs, and are required to undergo an approval process.

To find out more please go to https://anglicanfamilycare.org.nz/supporters/be-a-caregiver/ or call 03 477 0801 or email enquiries@familycare.org.nz

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McAuley Oration - Which developing countries are better at converting economic growth into better health and why?

Friday, 25 August 2017

The McAuley Oration is sponsored by the Centre for International Health and is the bridging lecture between the Otago Global Health Institute (OGHI) 10th annual Conference and the Australasian Society for Infectous Diseases (ASID) NZ Annual Meeting