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Upcoming events

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Research Seminar - Dr Claire Smith

Thursday, 6 August 2020 at 1:00pm - Paediatric Seminar Rooms, 3rd Floor Children's Pavilion or on zoom by request
Research Seminar - Dr Claire Smith

07 Aug August

Department of Medicine Seminar Series

Friday, 7 August 2020 at 1:00pm - 9th floor Seminar Room
Dunedin Public Hospital

Professor Suetonia Palmer MB ChB PhD FRACP presents: Network meta-analysis - distilling knowledge from hundreds of trials.
Professor Palmer is a kidney specialist who has conducted large-scale meta-analyses that underpin clinical practice guidelines, to help translate evidence complexity into clinical care.

11 Aug August

Cenozoic Volcanism in Otago

Tuesday, 11 August 2020 at 1:00pm - Benson Common Room (Gn9), Department of Geology, Dunedin Campus, University of Otago
A Department of Geology Seminar presented by Alan Cooper and James Scott

 

Hovels, Havens and Homes: Just Housing and Healthy Communities

Tuesday, 11 August 2020 at 7:30pm - Ramsey House
8 Kelburn Parade
Kelburn
Welllington

We enthusiastically sing Dave Dobbyn’s de-facto national anthem, ‘Welcome Home’, but how can our homes be places of welcome when many are old, cold, damp, and overcrowded? Is home ownership
still a realistic aspiration?

 

Lunchtime Concert - Feeling Lisztless?

Wednesday, 12 August 2020 at 1:00pm - Marama Hall
Piano performance students perform works of Franz Liszt.
Programme includes Spanish Rhapsody, Scherzo and March, and the Petrarch Sonnets

 

COVID-19 and World Politics

Wednesday, 12 August 2020 at 6:00pm - Burns 1, Arts Building
A series of talks by experts in Politics at the University of Otago.

 

COVID-19 and World Politics Seminar Series

Wednesday, 12 August 2020 at 6:00pm - Burns 1, Ground floor of the Arts Building, 95 Albany Street, Dunedin
Join us for a series of talks by experts in Politics at the University of Otago

17 Aug August

Pharmacy Open Evenings

Monday, 17 August 2020 at 6:00pm - Virtual Professional Practice Laboratory, School of Pharmacy, Level 5, Adams Building, 18 Fredrick Street, Dunedin
Find out why pharmacists are critical to health care in our communities.

 

COVID-19 and World Politics Seminar Series

Wednesday, 19 August 2020 at 6:00pm - Burns1, Arts Building, 95 Albany Street, Dunedin
Join us for a series of talks by experts in Politics at the University of Otago

 

Pharmacy Open Evenings

Wednesday, 19 August 2020 at 6:00pm - Virtual Professional Practice Laboratory, School of Pharmacy, Level 5, Adams Building, 18 Fredrick Street, Dunedin
Find out why pharmacists are critical to health care in our communities.

 

COVID-19 and World Politics

Wednesday, 19 August 2020 at 6:00pm - Burns1, Arts Building
A series of talks by experts in Politics at the University of Otago

25 Aug August

The Tertiary Market Readiness Programme (TMRP)

Tuesday, 25 August 2020 at 9:00am - Virtual via Zoom
The Tertiary Market Readiness Programme (TMRP) adapts the popular Market Readiness Programme (MRP) for tertiary students who have an interest in Southeast Asia.

 

Memory Function in Borderline Personality Disorder

Monday, 31 August 2020 at 12:00pm - William James Seminar Room 103, William James Building, 275 Leith Walk, Dunedin Campus
"Memory Function in Borderline Personality Disorder" presented by Fatemeh Sajjadi, Department of Psychology.

 

Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Professor Jacob Edmond

Monday, 31 August 2020 at 5:30pm - Archway 1 Lecture Theatre, Union St East, Dunedin
Professor Jacob Edmond delivers his Inaugural Professorial Lecture (IPL) titled: “Hā ki roto”: Suffocating Literature, Exploding Words

05 Sep September

Latin America and Spain Film Festival

Saturday, 5 September 2020 at 12:00pm - Dunedin Public Library
230 Moray Place – Level 4
Dunningham Auditorium

Watch screenings from the 18th Latin America and Spain film festival.

06 Sep September

The Luck of The Irish: Dame Fiona Kidman on Albert Black known as the ‘jukebox killer’

Sunday, 6 September 2020 at 2:00pm - Toitū Otago Settlers Musuem, Dunedin
‘The Luck of the Irish: how the Irish helped shape New Zealand' series of public lectures marks the centenary of a momentous year in Irish history when the island was partitioned into two administration zones – Northern and Southern Ireland. In this session, Dame Fiona Kidman presents on Albert Black, known as the ‘jukebox killer’.

08 Sep September

Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Professor Julia Horsfield

Tuesday, 8 September 2020 at 5:30pm - Archway 1 Lecture Theatre, Union St East, Dunedin
Professor Julia Horsfield delivers her Inaugural Professorial Lecture (IPL) titled: The circle of life: connecting cell division with cell fate

 

CANCELLED - Irish and Scottish Film Night (9) - Angela's Ashes

Wednesday, 9 September 2020 at 5:30pm - Quad 4, Geology Building, North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
Please join the Centre for Irish and Scottish studies for the ninth instalment, and the last Irish movie – 'Angela's Ashes', introduced by Dr Majella Cullinane.

17 Sep September

Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Professor Niels Kjaergaard

Thursday, 17 September 2020 at 5:30pm - Archway 1 Lecture Theatre, Union St East, Dunedin
Professor Niels Kjaergaard delivers his Inaugural Professorial Lecture (IPL) titled 'Lasers and gentlemen: An atomic Viking in New Zealand'

04 Oct October

The Luck of The Irish: Majella Cullinane on Irish emigrant women in New Zealand: fact and fiction

Sunday, 4 October 2020 at 2:00pm - Toitū Otago Settlers Musuem, Dunedin
‘The Luck of the Irish: how the Irish helped shape New Zealand' series of public lectures marks the centenary of a momentous year in Irish history when the island was partitioned into two administration zones – Northern and Southern Ireland. In this session, Majella Cullinane presents on Irish emigrant women in New Zealand: fact and fiction.

26 Oct October

Labour Day

Monday, 26 October 2020

07 Mar March

The Luck of The Irish: Professor Tony Ballantyne on the poet, journalist and politician, Thomas Bracken

Sunday, 7 March 2021 at 2:00pm - Toitū Otago Settlers Musuem, Dunedin
‘The Luck of the Irish: how the Irish helped shape New Zealand' series of public lectures marks the centenary of a momentous year in Irish history when the island was partitioned into two administration zones – Northern and Southern Ireland. In this session, Professor Tony Ballantyne presents on the poet, journalist and politician, Thomas Bracken.

04 Apr April

The Luck of The Irish: Dr Dorothy Page on Harriet Morison, trade unionist and feminist

Sunday, 4 April 2021 at 2:00pm - Toitū Otago Settlers Musuem, Dunedin
‘The Luck of the Irish: how the Irish helped shape New Zealand' series of public lectures marks the centenary of a momentous year in Irish history when the island was partitioned into two administration zones – Northern and Southern Ireland. In this session, Dr Dorothy Page presents on Harriet Morison, trade unionist and feminist.

02 May May

The Luck of The Irish: Seán Brosnahan on Mother Gabriel (Victoria Gill), Catholic prioress and educational leader

Sunday, 2 May 2021 at 2:00pm - Toitū Otago Settlers Musuem, Dunedin
‘The Luck of the Irish: how the Irish helped shape New Zealand' series of public lectures marks the centenary of a momentous year in Irish history when the island was partitioned into two administration zones – Northern and Southern Ireland. In this session, Seán Brosnahan presents on Mother Gabriel (Victoria Gill), Catholic prioress and educational leader.

06 Jun June

The Luck of The Irish: Professor Liam McIlvanney on the internationally acclaimed poet, Eileen Duggan

Sunday, 6 June 2021 at 2:00pm - Toitū Otago Settlers Musuem, Dunedin
‘The Luck of the Irish: how the Irish helped shape New Zealand' series of public lectures marks the centenary of a momentous year in Irish history when the island was partitioned into two administration zones – Northern and Southern Ireland. In this session, Professor Liam McIlvanney presents on the internationally acclaimed poet, Eileen Duggan.