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Otago Connection: Issue 5

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Earlier this year a group of our Otago medical students showed how adept they are with needles of a different kind; knitting up booties and other woollen items to warm the extremities of our tiniest newborns in the Dunedin Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Read more…

 

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A bright career beckons - on and off the field
Every now and then Fa’asiu Fuatai has to pinch himself…

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Otago’s new TV campaign launches
You may have seen the University’s new advertisement…

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New student volunteer centre to open
Otago will open a Student Volunteering Centre in October to match students…

Other news at Otago

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More accolades for our Kylie
2013 just keeps getting better and better for Otago student and singer-songwriter star Kylie Price…

 
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OUSA communicator ‘top young public relations practitioner’ 
Alasdair Johnston loves nothing more than telling everyone what a great bunch of students there are at the University of Otago…

 
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Students take action on child poverty
Educate, advocate and take action; that’s the purpose of a new group called Choose Kids, established by a group of University of Otago students concerned about child poverty…

 
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Students create video to boost community participation
When the Dunedin City Council needed some fresh thinking to help it boost sagging public participation in community issues, it did the right thing by calling on the expertise of Otago’s marketing students in the School of Business…

 
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Otago Students win Law competition
The University of Otago took top honours at the recently held New Zealand National Family Law Moot, sponsored by the New Zealand Law Foundation… 

 

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Otago’s Haematology lecturer Sean MacPherson’s catchy tune to teach Anemia featured on Seven Sharp recently.


Video courtesy of TVNZ