News and coming events
How will automation impact UK research?
High-level synthesis report of latest climate science information
Finding Frances Hodgkins
11am Sunday 20th October at Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Volunteers wanted by mid-October
How wholegrain bread influences breath
More Volunteers Wanted - Flour Particle size study
Volunteers for Shoulder Pain Study please
150th University Anniversary Exhibitions
The 150th University of Otago exhibition, Dare to be Wise,
10am-5pm, Saturday, Sunday and Monday and daily until 24 November, Otago Museum.
A Garden of Earthly Delights exhibition,
10-5pm Saturday and 2-4pm Sunday, Hocken Library.
Special 150th videos and podcasts have also been prepared.
• 150 Year Journey in Pictures video featuring fabulous historical photographs from the Hocken Collections - Uare Taoka o Hākena https://www.otago.ac.nz/150/index.html
• An Oral History of the University video, with Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor Tony Ballantyne speaking about Otago’s 150 years https://www.otago.ac.nz/150/index.html
• Pioneer Podcasts with distinguished alumni Dr Emily Siedeberg and Te Rangi Hiroa (later Sir Peter Buck) talking about their time at Otago, life in Dunedin and their subsequent careers https://www.otago.ac.nz/150/alumni/podcasts/index.html
We’d love to see you there!
University of Otago 150th Anniversary Events
Healthy Volunteers Wanted
For research into early detection of Parkinsons
University of Otago - Alumni Events
University of Otago - Magazine
University of Otago - 2018 Foundation Report
University of Otago - Continuing Education
University of Otago - Foundation Trust
The Foundation Trust receives and administers donations and bequests made to help advance the interests of the University, its staff and its students. Please click here for the link
University of Otago - Open Lectures
Dunedin Film Society
Please click here to see the 2019 programme^^Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum
Otago Decorative & Fine Arts Society
Golf club car park
PLEASE be very careful when driving through the car parks at the Golf Club and follow the arrows to avoid head-on confrontations.
Leith Valley is a popular parking spot for people who used to park on the road now taken over by the cycle way. That doesn’t leave a lot of spaces for U3A — especially for our big courses. You can help the situation by car pooling.
People who park on the clearway, opposite the Bowling Club, will likely be ticketed by DCC.