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July 2019

Gender equality “matters most” for international student outcomes

Janine Campbell (centre) with supervisors Professor Lisa Smith, and Dr David Berg Janine Campbell says her recently completed Doctor of Education (EdD) research on factors that impact international student assessment challenged many of her personal and professional assumptions – it… Continue Reading →

Listening good, action better for surgical mesh complications

As a series of forums begins nationally this month to hear from New Zealanders harmed by medical procedures using surgical mesh Jacqueline Brown, whose recent Master of Chaplaincy thesis discussed the topic, says there is a “clear gap” in the… Continue Reading →

Coastal erosion challenges councils and communities

New research shows a ‘business as usual’ approach will not work for New Zealand’s regional councils, and over a quarter of our local councils, who are facing extreme exposure to climate hazards like coastal erosion, flooding and rising groundwater levels…. Continue Reading →

Same, same? New book explores copying in poetry in global media age

A new book by English programme Associate Professor Jacob Edmond examines the turn toward repetition in poetry, using the explosion of copying to offer a deeply inventive account of modern and contemporary literature. In Make It the Same: Poetry in… Continue Reading →

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