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.
A scholarship has been established in honour of Sir Lloyd Geering ONZ, GNZM, CBE, founding professor of the Religious Studies programme at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington.
The competition and camaraderie of the game of rugby has been part of the university experience almost from the start. It continues to this day through Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington's Old Boys University Rugby Football Club (OBU).
As part of our 125th anniversary celebrations, John Randal reflects on his 30 years at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington. When he first walked through our doors he immediately had the sense he’d found a home away from home, but he had no idea just how much of a fixture of our community he would become.
Honorary doctor of law, former University lecturer, and international constitutional lawyer Dame Alison Quentin-Baxter recently donated a key portion of her legal research papers to the University.
Dr George Mason ONZM’s lifelong interest in plants and preserving the environment has led him to donate millions of dollars to environmental research and study opportunities for young people throughout Aotearoa.
There is a rich history of student involvement in dramatic productions at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington, and Extravaganza, an annual celebratory capping show that was active from the 1920s to the 1980s, holds a special place in the collective memory of the University community.
We marked Matariki ki Pōneke with two performances of rhythm-based music that was created for the occasion by the New Zealand School of Music—Te Kōkī.
What do Aotearoa New Zealand writing stars Eleanor Catton, essa may ranapiri (Ngāti te Wehi, Ngāti Raukawa-ki-te-Tonga, Te Arawa, Ngāti Pukeko, Ngāti Takatāpui, Clan Gunn), Lawrence Patchett, Rose Lu, Whiti Hereaka (Ngāti Tuwharetoa, Te Arawa), Catherine Robertson, and Hera Lindsay Bird have in common?
Professor Stephen Levine from the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations (HPPI) was interested in four things from an early age: music, baseball, Jewish culture, and politics.