Festival of Education 2023
The Queen Mary Festival of Education will take place 18-20 April 2023.
Renowned pianist to perform in St Andrews
One of the most brilliant and revered British pianists of her generation, Joanna MacGregor CBE, will perform a solo recital at the Laidlaw Music Centre at the University of St Andrews on Good Friday (7 April).
10th Newcastle Writers Festival Program Out Now
Newcastle Writers Festival has launched its 10th anniversary program featuring some of Australia’s most respected and loved authors.
Otago Tourism Policy School back in person for its fifth year
Industry leaders, policy makers and prominent researchers will discuss whether Aotearoa’s tourism industry is “fit for purpose” in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic at this year’s Otago Tourism Policy School.
University of Otago consults on visual identity proposal
The University of Otago has today launched stakeholder consultation on a bold visual identity proposal, designed to better reflect its aspirations for the future.
Putting patient voice at the front of healthcare
When it comes to decision-making in healthcare, how much consideration should be given to patient voice? Cardiology experts will get to the heart of the issue at the first Research Tuesdays lecture for 2023.
Applications now open for Bank of China Trophy One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship...
The 2023 Bank of China Trophy One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship Competition, hosted by the University of Macau (UM), is now open for applications.
Virtual reading rooms make rare and special collections available to all
Two of Australia’s largest rare and special collections libraries are now available for the community to view and research online, with digital access to collection items being provided in one-on-one...
State of Australasia Cities Conference comes to Aotearoa
For the first time in its 20-year history, the State of Australasia Cities Conference will be held in Aotearoa New Zealand next year.
Article on domestic violence policing of First Nations women wins criminology award
Criminology and law researcher Emma Buxton-Namisnyk’s study of domestic violence policing of First Nations women in Australia has been recognised with an Early Career Research Award.