- Taking multicultural New Zealand into the newsroom
27 Aug 2010
AUT University’s new Graduate Diploma in Pacific Journalism, which aims to address the shortage of Pasifika journalists in New Zealand, is gearing up for its first batch of students in 2011.
- Foodies love AUT food
27 Aug 2010
Restaurateurs, food critics and food writers were treated to an exquisite menu and service from AUT University hospitality students and staff at the recent Cuisine NZ Restaurant of the Year 2010 awards.
- Professor slams 'super-city' structure
23 Aug 2010
Professor Ian Shirley of AUT University's Institute of Public Policy slammed Auckland's new governance structure at a Wellington policy makers conference.
- Pear Culinaire
20 Aug 2010
AUT Culinary Arts student, Gabriella Amebury's, winning pear dish will feature in a food industry luncheon hosted by the university and USA Pears.
- From The Ritz to rags
19 Aug 2010
Former head chef at The Ritz in London, Michael Quinn, tells his story about being an alcoholic and the work he's doing now to educate people about the dangers of drinking on the job.
- AUT artists part of Microsites
18 Aug 2010
AUT artists part of public works exhibition
- Performance Design takes centre stage at AUT
13 Aug 2010
Performance design will be centre stage at AUT University from August 13-28, when practitioners from across the country gather to generate and discuss New Zealand’s contribution to the 2011 Prague Quadrennial...
- Smelly socks tell story of cultural identity
12 Aug 2010
Has the smell of sunscreen ever convinced you that there is sand between your toes? If so, you have experienced synthetic synaesthesia, when one sensory experience triggers another “phantom” sensory experience.
- Still in first Gair
6 Aug 2010
At 83-years-old the Hon George Gair is AUT's oldest graduate this year. The former MP, mayor, high commissioner to London and journalist has graduated with a Master of Philosophy in public policy.
- Sir Don McKinnon honoured for international conflict work
3 Aug 2010
AUT conferred the university’s highest honour, a Doctor of the Auckland University of Technology, on the Rt. Hon. Sir Donald Charles McKinnon ONZ GCVO for his significant contribution to restorative justice and conflict resolution in national and international forums.
Last updated: 14 Jan 2010 11:46am