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08 Nov 2023

Rhodes Scholarship for excellence, leadership and commitment to community

Huge congratulations to Otago graduate Isaac Heron who has been awarded a Rhodes...

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18 Sep 2023

Dr Chris Paton on WHO’s Digital Health Initiative

The World Health Organisation launched a Global Initiative on Digital Health at...

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13 Sep 2023

Sustainability reporting key to driving change

Dr Sharman, who has an extensive background in climate and sustainability policy...

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31 Aug 2023

Meet Bridget de Lautour, President of the Otago Commerce Students’ Association (COMSA)

Learn more about the Otago’s Commerce Students’ Association (COMSA) and its pres...

Lachlan Williams, Te Pou-tūā-rongo (Vice-President), Kaya Tanoa-Kaivananga, Te Pou-toko-manawa (President) Dillique Brown, Te Pou Rēhia (Events).

31 Aug 2023

Meet Kaya Tanoa-Kaivananga, President of Te Tai Tuarā (TTT)

Learn more about Te Tai Tuarā and its president, Kaya Tanoa-Kaivananga....

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25 Aug 2023

Single-use packaging ban 'not enough'

The ban on single-use packaging in Aotearoa New Zealand is not going far enough...

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25 Aug 2023

Award winning entrepreneurs ready to grow their berry-based business

Second year Bachelor of Entrepreneurship tauira and Dunedin locals Alex Livingst...

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18 Aug 2023

Two MBAs, a baby and a rescue cat – a tale of learning and love

Zilin Zhang and Ting Li are delighted to be graduating in person in Dunedin this...

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10 Aug 2023

Harnessing the power of sport as we age

Harnessing the power of sport, to create a sense of belonging and improve mental...

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28 Jul 2023

Be a ‘good farmer’ or follow new regulations: The struggle for Otago farmers

A new national freshwater policy is causing tension for Otago farmers, as many o...

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20 Jul 2023

Demand for offsetting low when carbon credit prices are high - report

New Zealand organisations are motivated to reduce their emissions internally and...

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04 Jul 2023

Local charities delighted with Ignite’s advice and support

Our Ignite consultants wrapped up their Semester One projects at a special event...

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04 Jul 2023

Otago farewells Distinguished Chair, Professor James Higham

Internationally acclaimed scholar and Distinguished Chair, Professor James Higha...

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21 Jun 2023

Downward dog in the Rock and Pillars?

A nearly 70-year-old notoriously skew-whiff simple backcountry Otago hut might n...

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20 Jun 2023

We had to keep it hush hush for a while... but we won!

Could you survive in New Zealand’s most rugged wilderness with only your best fr...

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19 Jun 2023

Otago @ NZ International Science Festival

The University of Otago is honoured to once again be a major partner supporting...

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06 Jun 2023

Background in biology helps economics research

Economics and neuroscience may seem like an unlikely combination, but Associate...

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17 May 2023

Creating positive change through sustainable finance

When Isobella Te-Iringa-A-Rangi O Te Moana Nui Sigley (Ngāpuhi) learned that inv...

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08 May 2023

Associate Professor Ros Whiting retires

Interacting with, mentoring and advising students has been a highlight of Associ...

28 Mar 2023

People key to tourism’s role in post-COVID recovery

The tourism industry is poised to pull New Zealand through the aftermath of the...

24 Mar 2023

Walking trail’s new project to “renew, restore, rebuild”

The kaitiaki of New Zealand’s longest trail hopes it will become the world’s “fi...

23 Mar 2023

Tourism industry climate scenarios show bold action is needed, Policy School told

Aotearoa will become a “hot house” by 2050 if it does not introduce additional c...

03 Mar 2023

Otago Tourism Policy School back in person for its fifth year

Industry leaders, policy makers and prominent researchers will discuss whether A...

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13 Feb 2023

Professor Sheila Skeaff wins OUSA Supervisor of the Year Award

When Nan Xin Wang arrived in Dunedin to start her PhD studies in the Department...

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23 Jan 2023

Proud to be a commissioner

Being the first Māori commissioner on the New Zealand Productivity Commission Te...

16 Sep 2021

Future entrepreneurs showcase their skills

The latest Master of Entrepreneurship (MEntr) class recently handed in their fin...

17 Mar 2021

Events Archive

Archive of events at the Otago Business School....

11 Aug 2020

Audacious winners plan business launch

Audacious winners plan business launch...

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24 Jun 2019

New indigenous Māori paper launching next month

A new indigenous Māori business paper set to launch next semester is thought to...


28 Feb 2019

‘World class’ presentations at annual symposium

‘World class’ presentations at annual symposium...


25 Sep 2018

New programme to boost Māori entrepreneurship

New programme to boost Māori entrepreneurship...

08 Apr 2016

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