Friday 7 March 2014 11:47am
What gives expressions or statements the meaning that they have? How do we capture what it is to share meaning and to use terms meaningfully?
Amphibians are “facing terrifying rates of extinction”, something Otago Zoology PhD candidate Marcileida (Leida) Dos Santos is working hard to prevent by bridging the knowledge gap on amphibian conservation.
“I’ve got my name out there now,” says Finance PhD candidate Matthew McCarten when asked about the importance of six weeks spent at the United States’ prestigious Harvard Business School.
Physiotherapist Ally Calder assumed stroke survivors would join local gyms to stay active after completing an out-patient circuit training programme she’d prescribed.
Reflections on lives of postgraduate research
As they retire from their positions as Pro-Vice-Chancellors at the University, Professors George Benwell and Keith Hunter took the time to reflect on their long history of both being a postgraduate and supervising postgraduate students.
What offers 30 courses in just three weeks?
The voices of Otago’s Pacific postgraduate research students were the focus of an annual symposium held on the Dunedin campus last month.
If you are considering postgraduate study in a new subject, or need to broaden your academic background to meet requirements, a Diploma for Graduates is a good step.