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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Victoria.
Good luck to the Victoria team competing in the 2016 University Challenge NZ—Alasdair Keating, Harriet Plant, Taran Molloy, Kieran Ireland and Hamish Hirschberg. You can catch their next match on Prime TV this Saturday at 6pm against University of Waikato!
Check out a snapshot of life at Victoria during November, with our As seen at Victoria album.
It all came down to collaboration when co-writing the screenplay for New Zealand film The Rehearsal, says Victoria’s International Institute of Modern Letters senior lecturer Emily Perkins. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Students from Victoria University of Wellington - Architecture and Design share the inspiration behind their bespoke gifts, designed for Victoria International’s visiting dignitaries. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Victoria students – if you need help with accommodation, contact Victoria’s Accommodation Service on 04-463 5896 or accommodation@vuw.ac.nz. Rooms are available at halls from now until mid-February at summer rates.
If you’re flatting and need advice with tenancy issues, talk to VUWSA - Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association's Advocacy Service. Call (or text) 021 045 6214 or...
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There was a collision of creativity across Victoria last week for Creativity Week—check out some photos from the week’s events.
PhD students were challenged to think outside the block this week at a LEGO workshop—part of Creativity Week at Victoria. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sheep, vines, landslide-prone areas—all could have sensors connected to the Internet of Things, says Victoria University researcher Professor Winston Seah. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congratulations to VUWSA - Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association President Jonathan Gee, who has been elected the 2017 national president of NZUSA - New Zealand Union of Students' Associations
What happens when your immune system turns against you? And how can medicines specifically designed to fix one disease be used to treat another? Victoria immunologist Professor Anne La Flamme is trialling a possible treatment for the devastating auto-immune disease Multiple Sclerosis. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Professor Siah Hwee Ang says his role as the inaugural BNZ Chair in Business in Asia is to demystify Asian businesses for New Zealanders, and to bridge the traditional divide between academic research, government policy and commercial interests [ Bit.ly Link ]
Georgia Steel, a student with a visual impairment at Victoria's NZSM Te Kōkī New Zealand School of Music, has come up with a smart way to read sheet music—with the help of Victoria’s Disability Services. [ Bit.ly Link ]
You can now top up your printing account online with Victoria’s new payment portal—any time, anywhere. A fee of 35 cents will apply to all transactions, and a $3 minimum spend. Check out the desktop icon on a university computer or My Victoria: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Explore creativity as cultural identity by checking out the tattoo exhibition by Victoria alumna Helen Mitchell in the Hub—part of a series of exhibitions, workshops and performances for Creativity Week. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Smilevector is turning frowns upside down. The internet robot created by Tom White, a senior lecturer in Victoria’s School of Design, is part of his research into what it means to be creative in an increasingly computerised world. [ Bit.ly Link ] Image: Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
Head along to the Hub where you’ll find two pop-up helpdesks. A library helpdesk, staffed today and tomorrow from 10am-4pm, for people to return books and find online resources, and a pop-up Bubble where students can seek support, information or simply hang out. [ Bit.ly Link ]
The coffee’s hot and sushi is being rolled out… nice to see most of the Hub back in action!
We know that dinosaurs roamed the North Island, but do the mountains of Te Urewera hide other fossil dinosaur tāonga that can enrich our knowledge of ancient New Zealand? That’s a question Professor James Crampton seeks to answer. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Embrace the unruliness of imagination this November with Victoria’s Creativity Week—featuring musicians, writers, and innovators in workshops, performances and exhibitions. [ Bit.ly Link ]