Organisation logo


Relevant Research - October 2021

This year seems to be racing to a close but we still have important events on our research calendar. This week we held our annual Professional Practice symposium, and this year's student research will be shown in November, including:

Then our annual publications launch is on 13 December. Our journal and book editors and their teams are working hard currently to get the publications across the line this year.

We hope you enjoy reading this month's stories of selected research by our staff and students.

Prof Leoni Schmidt
Director: Research and Postgraduate Studies
ISSN 2624-084X


Newspaper stand

Read all about it

by David Rozado

David Rozado reports on recent language usage trends in US news media.

Visit this article
Pre-show crowd at the student fashion show

"I did iD"

by Lesley Brook

Teams of students from several different study areas supported this year's iD Fashion Week.

Visit this article
Principal Lecturer Mereana Rapata-Hanning with Nursing students

Learning teaching

by Lesley Brook

A new teacher's personal experiences of learning can influence their teaching practice.

Visit this article
St Clair sunrise, Dunedin

School support for SDGs

by Lesley Brook

Dunedin secondary schools are teaching the Sustainable Development Goals, but not necessarily explicitly or consistently.

Visit this article
Meg Brasell-Jones, Connectivity/Reciprocity, 2020, acrylic on ply, 700 x 700mm

Connectivity / Reciprocity

by Meg Brasell-Jones

Meg Brasell-Jones reflects on her artistic contribution to the Art and Earth exhibition.

Visit this article
Freerein kick bike

Enabling exercise outdoors

by Lesley Brook

Students Ella Sanderson and Angus Lewry are a finalist in the Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Design Awards 2021.

Visit this article

Use your loaf

by Lesley Brook

Tackling food waste at a systemic level needs a design-thinking approach.

Visit this article
Hikoi arrives at Parliament, 22nd March 2011

Don't worry, be happy

by Lesley Brook

Ed Hanfling reviews a controversial 1995 artwork that remains challenging today.

Visit this article