University of Otago Magazine:
Landmark wahine Māori leadership
Professors Suzanne Pitama and Joanne Baxter on being the first wahine Māori leaders in two pivotal Otago roles.
Helping cure TB
Otago scientists are contributing to cutting-edge research which could transform the treatment of TB.
Taking the helm
Professor David Murdoch is no stranger to adventure – and now he embarks on a big one, as the University of Otago’s new Vice-Chancellor.
Otago researchers are expanding a long-running project on Kaikōura parāoa to include parāoa populations found in Otago and Northland.
Four aspiring artists are settling into a dream year at the University – taking up Six60 scholarships and calling 660 Castle Street home.
From exchange student to CEO
Anna Marsh went to France as a University of Otago exchange student and ended up running one of Europe’s largest media companies.
We welcome new Chancellor Stephen Higgs and farewell Dr Royden Somerville QC, discovering the pair have plenty in common.
As rates of anxiety increase worldwide, a new study from Dr Olivia Harrison may hold the key to understanding anxiety better – from the inside out.
Otago economist Dr Murat Üngör explains the impacts of COVID-19 on the local and global economy, and examines the implications for New Zealanders.
The works of three significant contemporary Māori artists have been added to the University of Otago’s Hocken Collections.
Well-loved College Warden Jamie Gilbertson on his Otago journey and retirement.
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