Monday 10 March 2014 12:33pm
Grubby rubber gloves briefly brought Otago Master's student Kim Hughes into the media spotlight last July…
Seeking international trade from the deep south
International trade and business are the food and drink of Pramuk Perera's caree...
The art of sharks' electrical sense
Sunkita Howard work into using electricity to deter sharks from longline bait.
'Fan-made time' - a study of Hobbit fans
Owain Gwynne has explored experience of fans prior to a films' release.
Foreword: What does a postgraduate student actually do?
This is a sensible question for an undergraduate student to ask as they near completion of their degree, one that I personally asked a friendly lecturer when I was trying to decide 'what next'.
She explained that some postgraduate degrees are mainly coursework, some comprise entirely supervised original research and some are a mixture of both. She patiently talked me through the advantages of each programme of study, what I should expect to experience and how my career could potentially advance.
A winner in three minutes
If the results of the Three-Minute Thesis competition on Friday are anything to go by, PhD candidate Daniel Wee has a good chance at solving a decades-old argument…
Supervisor of the Year goes "above and beyond"
Dr Roslyn Kemp, a lecturer and supervisor in the Microbiology and Immunology department, was recently announced as Otago's Supervisor of the Year…
The path from procrastination to productivity
The University of Otago offers its postgraduate students one-on-one personal performance and development coaching…
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