Friday 7 March 2014 11:12am
What will you look like in 30 years time? Saemyi Chung says this interesting but seldom-asked question provided a good starting point for research into the complexities of how Korean immigrant women in New Zealand experience, and manage, ageing.
University of Otago neuroscience PhD candidate Thomas Elston hopes his research will lead to a more robust way to diagnose psychiatric conditions.
Ruth Mrabure’s Nigerian background and her studies in Sweden have laid a solid foundation for her PhD research into Māori entrepreneurship.
Donald Manlapaz is challenging both assumptions with his research into what is known as “exergaming”.
Transformation through postgraduate study
Postgraduate study has transformative power. Study at an advanced level, whether through coursework programmes or the focused work of researching and writing a dissertation, will not only expand your knowledge, but it will equip you with new methods, skills, and analytical perspectives.
Postgraduates welcomed at annual Garden Party
Postgraduates received a warm welcome at the Vice-Chancellor's annual Garden Party.
Otago officially among the world’s best
Vice-Chancellor Professor Harlene Hayne is delighted the University of Otago has received the highest possible international quality rating of five-stars-plus from QS Stars.
Commerce Building redevelopment announced
The University is planning to redevelop levels two and three within the Commerce Building, bringing it into line with a more modern learning environment.