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Scholarship a welcome boost for ag student

Georgia Higinbottom’s dedication to helping navigate the evolving challenges of farmers has earned her a boost from a prestigious Ravensdown scholarship.

Shine on: Summer Lab awarded for excellence in entrepreneurial education

A free, co-curricular programme held over summer and designed to make entrepreneurship accessible and engaging has scored an international award.

Twelve Local Heroes art trail opens at UC

Wearing the same unique manaia around his neck as when his bronze statue was created in 2009, Tā Tipene O’Regan attended the official opening of the new Twelve Local Heroes Trail at the University of Canterbury (UC)...

Professor Jarrod Haar to join Massey Business School

Professor Haar was previously employed with Massey from 2012 to 2016 as a Professor of Management based on the Auckland campus, before moving to Auckland University of Technology (AUT) as a Professor of Human Resource Management.

Extracting stories from teeth

Dr Carolina Loch is interested in stories – specifically those which an animal’s teeth can tell about its life. Now she shares her own story...

Six minutes of intense exercise boosts key brain protein

Six minutes of high intensity exercise may help maintain a healthy brain and delay the onset of neurodegenerative disorders, research led by the University of Otago has shown.

UC graduate appointed Dames Companion of the New Zealand Order of...

Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury (UC) alumni Dr Janice Wright has been appointed Dames Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit.

Funding to assist with story-telling approach to opioid tapering

A University of Otago researcher hopes whānau-focused storytelling could help support people taper off potentially harmful opioids prescribed for chronic pain.

Soil and small earthquakes help pave way for more resilient buildings

Analysing hundreds of small earthquakes is helping University of Canterbury (UC) researchers predict the impact on buildings, depending on the soil beneath them.

Upgrade to University of Auckland ClockTower entrance

Improvements to the main entrance of the University of Auckland's ClockTower mean access will be temporarily diverted.
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