@Otago Issue 37
Rhodes Scholarship for excellence, leadership and commitment to community
Huge congratulations to Otago graduate Isaac Heron who has been awarded a Rhodes...
Te Rangihīroa College officially opens
The University’s first new purpose-built residential college in more than 50 yea...
Inspirational graduates celebrated in 20Twenties Young Alumni Awards
Ngā mihi nui to the trailblazing 20Twenties Young Alumni Award winners for 2023!...
Nicola Toki: walking a tightrope of hope
The interview has run over time, the chair of the board is trying to get in touc...
Āwhina Scholarship an “incredible honour” for inaugural recipient
A generous donation from a general practitioner to establish a new scholarship i...
Dame Carolyn Burns Fellowship a chance to give back
It’s more than 20 years since Professor Ross Thompson graduated from Otago, but...
Hot Picks issue 37
Be entertained and feed your mind with our Hot Picks. You can relax in the comfo...
Peacebuilder Award honours support for students and global peace projects
The visionary work of Rei Foundation, towards supporting students and building p...
Global Lens Photo Competition winners
Thank you for another fantastic response to our 2023 Global Lens Photo Competiti...
Final reunion for Dental Class of ‘63
It was with a touch of joy and sadness that the University of Otago Dental Class...
First Christchurch Clinical School class celebrates 50 years of friendship
A special reunion in the Far North saw alumni converge from around Aotearoa New...
Alumni in the News issue 37
Legendary netball coach Robyn Broughton ONZM (pictured) honoured; Marketing Prof...
Networks and events issue 37
A year of celebration to mark 50 years of the University of Otago, Christchurch,...
Obesity: Not as simple as the cliches
Professor Dave Grattan discusses obesity’s causes: often it is brain chemicals and genes, rather than simply “lifestyle”.
3 min 49 sec
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Embracing the rage that comes with age
Gerontologist Amanda Smith Bausch discusses the benefits of using our “grumpiness” and anger as we age, in this RNZ interview.
The Otago student who became an international expert in soil
Internationally-renowned farm soil expert and Otago alumna discusses the power of understanding soil. Understanding what makes soil thrive can dramatically reduce the need for fertiliser. Nicole Masters discusses her international success and findings in this RNZ interview.
The Dunedin Study – an interview with its new Director
Kōrero with Associate Professor Moana Theodore (Ngāpuhi) on TVNZ’s Marae programme. In this insightful interview, Moana’s discusses her recent appointment as the new Director of the Dunedin Study, and the absolute value of the longitudinal Study that started in the early 1970s and continues to be world-leading. As just the third director in the Dunedin Study’s 51-year history, Moana says she recognises the honour and responsibility of leading a Study that’s both world-famous and a national taonga (treasure).
13 min 12 sec
Professor Maree Thyne’s Inaugural Professorial Lecture
Professor Thyne discusses her marketing research and career.
1 hour 2 mins