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News & Events from the School of Surveying

Māori Division of Sciences graduating students

Friday, 12 May 2017 8:28am

The Division of Sciences is extremely proud to see 48 Maori students graduate this weekend. Graduates have completed either their under- or postgraduate study covering a wide range of disciplines across the Division. See the full list of May 2017 graduates.

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Master of Applied Science in GIS Otago graduate wins award at the Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards in Sydney

Monday, 24 April 2017 4:18pm

Master of Applied Science in GIS Otago graduate, Mike McConachie wins a 2016 award at the Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards in Sydney

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Massive survey of World War I tunnels handed over

Thursday, 13 April 2017 8:44am

A highly complex University of Otago project to preserve the unique Kiwi character of World War I tunnels in France has reached a milestone.

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School of Surveying students and staff win in three 2016 NZ Spatial Excellence Awards categories

Monday, 6 March 2017 11:22am

School of Surveying staff and students win three categories of the NZ Spatial Excellence Awards

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2016 Division of Sciences awards for Dr. Mick Strack and BSURV Honours student, Callum Johns

Monday, 6 March 2017 11:24am

School of Surveying staff member Dr Mick Strack and 2016 Honours student Callum Johns win Division of Sciences Awards.

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NZARI Type A grant awarded to a team led by the School of Surveying's Dr. Greg Leonard

Wednesday, 1 March 2017 5:29pm

A team led by the School of Surveying's Dr. Greg Leonard has been awarded a New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute grant to study the winter formation of sea ice in Antarctica.

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First GIS Masters in Applied Science graduations.

Wednesday, 1 March 2017 10:25am

School of Surveying produces its first MAppSci (GIS) graduates.