News and video
19 Jun 2013
Tea was the name of the game, and the taste of it, when an AUT University senior lecturer and student went to Sri Lanka this month.
Senior lecturer in Culinary Arts John Kelleher and Bachelor of International Hospitality Management student Nicole Gomes spent a week in Sri Lanka with Dilmah Tea, after finishing the runners up in the 2012 Dilmah High Tea Challenge New Zealand.
17 Jun 2013
Washington DC will have a Māori element next month thanks to AUT University’s Te Ipuakarea -The National Māori Language Institute and the Smithsonian Institution.
13 Jun 2013
AUT University is investing $5 million in the Waterfront Theatre Project at Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter’s Innovation Precinct. The new partnership with Auckland Theatre Company (ATC), whereby AUT will own 15% of the limited liability company established to develop, own and maintain the new theatre, is the first of its kind in New Zealand.
11 Jun 2013
AUT researchers are looking for women to participate in the isafe study, a new online research study to assist women living with partner violence to make good safety planning decisions for themselves and their children.
The isafe study has been developed to improve women’s decision making, safety planning, wellbeing and health and to give them information about services in the community for support.
10 Jun 2013
For the first time a New Zealander has won the Medal for Excellence in Culinary Arts from City and Guilds London, and that New Zealander is from AUT.
Senior lecturer Alan Brown from the AUT School of Hospitality and Tourism won the medal earlier this year after being nominated by colleagues.
7 Jun 2013
The world's largest problem gambling clinical trial has been completed by a team of AUT University researchers and led by Professor Max Abbott.
6 Jun 2013
Newspaper paywalls are less successful than newspapers are suggesting, and don’t offer a viable business model in the short term according to an AUT media researcher.
5 Jun 2013
Derek Handley, one of New Zealand’s most well-known entrepreneurs, has taken up an Adjunct Executive Professorship at AUT. As Executive Professor, Derek Handley will work with Dr Geoff Perry, Dean of AUT’s Business School.
4 Jun 2013
AUT University launched the new Institute for Applied Ecology NZ last week under the directorship of Professor Steve Pointing.
New to the university himself, Pointing is a professor of applied ecology specialising in deserts, microbes and climate change.
30 May 2013
The Auckland Centre for Financial Research at AUT Business School will host a one-day symposium on 31 May 2013 to bring together industry professionals and academia for the first time to discuss research into New Zealand capital markets.
AUT University - defining the future of the changing world
These are just 6 of over 25,000 people at AUT University who are helping define the future of our changing world....
In 15 Years: Human Performance
Kelly Sheerin, from the Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (AUT University), comments on sport science and the elite, high performance athlete and what we can expect to see in 15 years.
In 15 Years: The future of NZ relies on sport
Mike Stanley, CEO at Millennium Institute of Sport and Health (AUT Millennium Campus), comments on the necessity for sport and recreation to be part of New Zealand's culture.
Worries and concerns on the path to success
AUT students share their worries and what doing well really means.
Radio with pictures
Learn about astronomy and space research at AUT.
Discover the unique learning that comes from cross-disciplinary course interaction - design, communications, engineering and computing.
Following the midwifery dream at AUT’s Manukau campus
First year Health Science student, Meaghan Liddle, talks about her experience at AUT’s Manukau campus.
A new innovative surfboard is created using organic materials.
AUT Law School environmental law expert Vernon Rive talks about the issues facing world leaders at Rio+20.
Nursing not for dummies (or mannequins)
Mannequins used for training nursing students are extremely high tech and can be used for a range of scenarios.
Montessori and Steiner Education students, Dawn and Rhiannon, give us a tour of the facilities on the North Shore campus.
Business Dream at Vodafone
Hear Christel Chapman (BBus student, Vodafone Sales Scholarship) in action at her internship with Andrew Fairgrey, GM, Small and Medium Enterprises, Vodafone.
How does New Zealand continue to compete with major sporting nations?
A snapshot into the life of Hannah Wilkinson, NZ Football Fern.