Major Artwork Unveiled
In a significant contribution to culture in Dunedin an artwork worth half a million dollars and standing up to 3.2 metres tall has been gifted to the University by the Stuart Residence Halls Council to celebrate its 75th anniversary.
Congratulations to ex-residents Nathan Cohen and Phillipa Gray who recently competed at the London Olympics and London Paralympics respectively. Nathan won gold in the men's double sculls and Phillipa and her teammate Laura Thompson (pictured) won three cycling medals; a bronze in the B Women's 1km Time Trial, a gold in the B Women's Pursuit and a silver in the B Women's Road Time Trial!
Dr Jane Goodall , world leader as a field scientist and primatologist, visits Dunedin
Arana Warden Jamie Gilbertson introduced to Dr Jane Goodall , world leader as a field scientist and primatologist.
Jamie was fortunate to spend an afternoon with Dr Goodall on the Otago peninsula and aboard the MV Monarch in the Otago harbour.
As well Jamie along with members of the Otago University ad wider Dunedin community attending a most interesting public lecture.
Jamie Chairs the Advisory board for Science Communication at Otago University and they brought Dr Goodall to our University and the Dunedin Community. The group took a trip on the Monarch with Jane Goodall.