Read about the exciting new research project, working in close collaboration with staff from Kia Aroha School in Otara.
Associate Professor Sam Schwarzkopf recently attended the annual conference of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) in London, Ontario.
Congratulations to Ehsan, David and their team of SOVS researchers Carrie Burgess, Neelam Hari, Eric Yang, and Li Xie.
Every year, the Whakapiki Ake Project team organises the MASH (Māori Achieving Success in Health) programme. Read about their experience this year.
Congratulations to to Safal Khanal on his scholarship. from NZAO.
Find information on upcoming funding opportunities.
Read the previous Head of school message from July 2019.
SOVS proposes to purchase and build a NZ Vision Bus, which will provide full eye testing on site for children throughout New Zealand.
Would you like to contribute to vision science research in New Zealand? Find out more.
Congratulations to SOVS academic staff Dr Jason Turuwhenua and Dr Ehsan Vaghefi, who will receive $200,000 each for their projects.
On 10 June, a group of Māori Year 11 students and their whānau came to SOVS as part of a programme organised by the Whakapiki Ake Project team.
The 3rd annual SOVS conference on 16 June was a great success. Read more here.