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University of Otago Magazine issue 52

University of Otago
Magazine: issue 52

Harlene Hayne
For the record

Professor Harlene Hayne discusses the challenges and rewards of nearly 10 years as Otago’s Vice-Chancellor.


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What happens when the Sun goes BANG?

Professor Craig Rodger investigates the threats of space weather.

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Coastal connections

Otago’s newest CoRE looks at the connections between human well-being and the health of marine ecosystems.

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CoRE advances

The Dodd-Walls Centre for Photonic and Quantum Technologies builds on world-leading strengths.

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A journey shared

Pearl Matahiki ¬has supported countless Māori students during her 20 years as manager of Te Huka Mātauraka.

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Chasing dreams

Alumnus and professional cyclist Jack Bauer continues his pursuit of a major victory.

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‘Ground-breaking’ work recognised

The Christchurch Heart Institute has received the University’s Research Group Award.

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What now?

Otago Business School experts offer perspectives on working in a post-COVID world.

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Hocken Legacy

Colin McCahon’s and his wife Anne’s papers have been inscribed into the UNESCO Memory of the World New Zealand Register.

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Salmond College celebrates 50 years.

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