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Renowned artist gifts signature work

Artist Reagan Lee, whose exhibition East/West is on at the Gus Fisher Gallery, has generously gifted one of his paintings to the University.

  • Dads can help boost child immunisations
    11 February 2016
    Aiming pro-immunisation campaigns at fathers-to-be could be a promising new approach to get more New Zealand children immunised on time, according to new research by the Growing Up in New Zealand study.
  • Fear of god explains spread of human cooperation
    11 February 2016
    The rise of widespread cooperation among large human groups has puzzled scholars for centuries but now scientists think they may have identified a key factor: fear of punishment by an all-seeing, all-knowing god.
  • Summer study analyses Social Workers’ use of Facebook
    04 February 2016
    Facebook is often associated with catching up with mates and planning your social life, but Nicole Renata is working as a summer scholar to explore the professional use of social media by social workers.

Upcoming events

Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference

Hear leading researchers discuss crucial housing issues.

  • Pettman National Junior Academy Series (Music, NICAI Events) Event as iCalendar
    08 January 2016 - 19 March 2016
    The Pettman National Junior Academy of Music is a unique programme in New Zealand offering talented young musicians opportunities to work with inspirational teachers and develop their skills.
  • East/West (Gus Fisher Gallery) Event as iCalendar
    09 February 2016 - 05 March 2016
    An exhibition of paintings by Reagan Lee.
  • Speed Flatting Session 2 Event as iCalendar
    12 February 2016, 1 - 2:30pm
    Are you looking for a place to live but don't want to live alone? Do you have a flat and are on the lookout for some flatmates? Our Speed Flatting sessions are a great opportunity for you to match yourself up with potential housemates!