Tuesday, 30 June 2020 2:37pm
New measurements from the ocean under the centre of the Ross Ice Shelf have significantly improved our understanding of the complex processes that drive melting in Antarctica.
Tuesday, 16 June 2020 11:49pm
James Berghan (Te Rarawa, Te Aupōuri), is Otago’s first Māori academic staff member in the School of Surveying. He chatted with Sciences Communications Adviser Guy Frederick about his journey and his goals.
Thursday, 19 March 2020 12:21pm
Dr Benjamin Quaye and Dr Robert Wayumba, two alumni from Otago’s National School of Surveying, are contributing towards improving land governance in Africa.
Monday, 24 February 2020 3:08pm
Recently Surveying PhD candidates Todd Redpath and James Berghan both submitted their PhD manuscripts. It’s an exciting time as they now wait for feedback from their examiners.
Monday, 17 February 2020 9:35am
Researchers in the collaboration Coastal People: Southern Skies feature prominently in the latest edition of He Kitenga, a prestigious University of Otago research publication.
Monday, 10 February 2020 10:58am
Professor Christina Hulbe and Emily Tidey were recently profiled in Hi Kitenga, the University of Otago’s Research Highlights publication, as part of a section showcasing research in the Auckland Islands.
Thursday, 30 January 2020 3:00pm
Last week the National School of Surveying hosted a keen group of 6 students from The Science Academy (OUASSA) for a morning of measurement science fun.
Friday, 17 January 2020 4:39pm
The National School of Surveying hosted a Surveying “snack” attended by 2 groups of keen secondary school students this Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thursday, 5 December 2019 4:44pm
Kara Jurgens (final year BSurv student) was recently awarded a NZ Coastal Society (NZCS) 2019 Undergraduate Excellence Award.
Monday, 18 November 2019 9:34am
A collaborative project is aiming to digitally preserve the University’s Albany St recording studio so music can continue to be created there – only in virtual reality.
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 4:18pm
Climate change is at the centre of a remarkable international drilling operation into Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf this summer.
Wednesday, 21 August 2019 3:12pm
On Thursday Professor Christina Hulbe (Dean of Te Kura Kaurūri) was awarded Finalist in the OUSA Division of Science Supervisor of the Year Award at the OUSA Ceremony.
Monday, 19 August 2019 2:16pm
The recent arrival of snow across the country brought relief to ski fields, but as we enter the latter half of the ski season, is this lack of snow a sign of things to come? Should Kiwis continue buying annual ski passes?
Tuesday, 30 July 2019 9:00am
On Monday morning hydrographic surveying students and staff from Te Kura Kairūri / The National School of Surveying and Te Tari Pūtaiao Taimoana / Department of Marine Science visited the Taihoro Nukurangi / National Institute of Water and Atmospheric (NIWA) Research Vessel RV Tangaroa. The boat was in town to support the James Cameron – Challenging The Deep Exhibition currently running at Otago Museum.
Monday, 22 July 2019 2:23pm
The School is pleased to announce that Kirsten Brown has been awarded the Surveyor-General’s Geodesy Prize for the 2018 SURV399 Field camp.
Friday, 19 July 2019 3:34pm
The Guinness World Records recently awarded the title of the world’s steepest street to Ffordd Pen LLech in the town of Harlech, Wales, UK. The title was previously held by Baldwin Street in Dunedin since 1987.