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Lecture Hot Picks - @Otago 23

Friday 26 June 2020 11:41am

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Be entertained and feed your mind with our Lecture Hot Picks. You can relax in the comfort of your own home and learn at your leisure, either listening to audio or watching videos of Otago's leading academics.

 


COVID-19 Masterclasses

You can either register to join the free masterclasses live as they happen, or else enjoy the recorded sessions at a time convenient to you.

Some of the sessions you can join live or watch later include:

  • Understanding Global COVID-19 health statistics
  • Understanding key issues for Māori in the COVID-19 policy and health response
  • The COVID-19 elimination strategy: Why it was the best choice for New Zealand
  • The COVID-19 elimination strategy: Why it was the best choice for New Zealand
  • The performance and pathological findings of COVID-19-positive autopsy
  • Fighting COVID-19 - Cuba’s important contribution
  • COVID-19 and implications for global mental health
  • How has COVID-19 affected the global geo-political situation?
  • What is New Zealand’s strategy for surveillance of COVID-19 going forward?


Check out the full masterclass schedule and information here

 


Bad Nature – Invasive Species in the Mackenzie

Bad Nature is a 3 ½ - minute film produced by Marketing student Joe Wilkinson. Joe created Bad Nature as part of his studies in the Marketing 330 paper: Visual Research, Narrative & Filmmaking.

 


Mark Briggs: Absolutism and the Price of Dissent

New Zealand historian, David Grant, delivers the 2019 Archibald Baxter Memorial Peace Lecture.

Mark Briggs: Absolutism and the Price of Dissent

 


Otago Medical School talks: W. E. Adams

Listen to the 1953 interview of Dr W E Adams, Professor of Anatomy and Dean of the Medical School (1968). Two radio talks about the Otago Medical School by Dr Adams. In the first he reviews the history of the school and the second looks at teaching and research.

https://www.otago.ac.nz/150/alumni/podcasts/index.html