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Celebrating our 125th anniversary

2022-12-01T14:40:44+13:00

Alumni, students, staff, and friends of Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington gathered on Kelburn campus on Saturday 5 November to celebrate our 125th anniversary.

Celebrating our 125th anniversary2022-12-01T14:40:44+13:00

Suffrage, war, and science: Three sets of stouts through a generational lens

2022-12-01T14:41:36+13:00

The Stout Research Centre was funded by a bequest from John David Stout, an academic scientist. His sister Vida Stout was also an academic scientist, and their parents, Dr Duncan Stout and Agnes Pearce, were a military doctor and the head of women ambulance drivers at a New Zealand hospital in England during World War I.

Suffrage, war, and science: Three sets of stouts through a generational lens2022-12-01T14:41:36+13:00

He Pā Mataora: Past and future of our marae

2022-12-01T14:41:24+13:00

Have you wondered about the history and significance of the beautiful carved house, Te Tumu Herenga Waka, that stands proudly on Kelburn Parade? Are you curious about the development work currently going on around it?

He Pā Mataora: Past and future of our marae2022-12-01T14:41:24+13:00

Sarah Anne Rhodes scholarship highlights the changing roles of women

2022-10-14T09:19:08+13:00

The Sarah Anne Rhodes Research Scholarship is offered every year to women graduates of any university who want to carry out postgraduate study at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington. It was established through a gift in the will of Sarah Anne Rhodes who died in 1914.

Sarah Anne Rhodes scholarship highlights the changing roles of women2022-10-14T09:19:08+13:00

Dr Sheena Hudson: a life of education and travel

2022-10-11T10:59:28+13:00

Alumna Dr Sheena Hudson, who passed away in March 2017, left a gift in her will to establish a scholarship to assist students studying part-time for a PhD in social sciences or geography. A passionate student and traveller, Sheena wanted to support other part-time students since education had played such a significant part in her life and led to stimulating changes of career.

Dr Sheena Hudson: a life of education and travel2022-10-11T10:59:28+13:00

Professor Helen Tippett: A passionate educator and networker

2022-10-03T13:32:38+13:00

Professor Helen Tippett OBE made a career out of breaking the glass ceiling for women. She was the first woman professor of architecture in Australasia, the first woman dean at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington, the first woman president of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, and the founding president of the New Zealand Institute of Building.

Professor Helen Tippett: A passionate educator and networker2022-10-03T13:32:38+13:00

Tricia Walbridge: taking care of business

2022-09-23T11:57:38+12:00

Ōrauariki—Wellington School of Business and Government is fortunate to have many professorial Chairs and Centres that are funded through partnerships with government agencies and the private sector. These came into being largely through the determination of one woman—Tricia Walbridge.

Tricia Walbridge: taking care of business2022-09-23T11:57:38+12:00
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