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A career studying human behaviour (21 July 2021)
Janet Peters has dedicated her research and career to helping New Zealand's mental health sector.
Pacific heritage important to alumnus and government advisor (13 July 2021)
When Ta'atiti Ioane Tuupo was 13, he went to his older brother’s university graduation ceremony and had a photo taken of himself wearing his brother’s gown. He said, “One day I’ll wear my own gown.” And he did.
Opinion polls and news articles indicate climate change awareness and concern has increased globally, but is there a difference between what older and younger people believe?
Why the way we talk about Olympian Laurel Hubbard has real consequences for all transgender people (30 June 2021)
When Laurel Hubbard was announced as the first out transgender woman athlete to compete in an individual sport at an Olympic Games, controversy wasn’t far behind. One prominent commentator even called it a “disaster for women’s sport”.
Date Wednesday 4 August 2021 Time 1pm - 2pm Location Concert Chamber, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts
Featuring UoW Voice and Piano students as they collaborate under the guidance of resident tutors and exceptional guest masterclass presenter, Lindy Tennent-Brown in this first concert for The Festival of…
Date Friday 6 August 2021 Time 1pm - 2pm Location Concert Chamber, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts
The second concert for the wonderful Art Song Festival Week, in which UoW Voice and Piano students, under the guidance of Terence Dennis - one of NZ’s most extraordinary collaborate…