Young New Zealander of the Year
University of Otago alumna Kendall Flutey is on a mission to help prepare every Kiwi kid for the financial world ahead.
Research is contributing towards a better understanding of kidney disease and its impacts
Professor Neil Gemmell reveals what he and his international team of scientists found in Loch Ness.
Professor Atholl Anderson has spent his five-decade career researching and writing about our distant past.
Otago’s online MBA is rated among the best in the world.
World-leading virologist Professor Miguel Quiñones-Mateu is the new holder of the Webster Family Chair in Viral Pathogenesis.
Photographs from sesquicentennial events held in recent months.
Professor Sir David Skegg discusses the problems facing public health in New Zealand.
Reunions, events, fundraising initiatives
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