- Generation Excess: prepared to pay the price
21 Aug 2012
A recent AUT retail study has shown increased liquor prices do not deter youth alcohol consumption, a move the Government had considered. So where to from here? AUT academics add to the case for shifting social norms in order to curb consumption.
- Careers NZ Summit
20 Aug 2012
AUT University recently played host to the Careers NZ Summit at their Manukau Campus. The theme of the Summit was “Improving economic growth through connecting education, business and industry”. Discussion focused on addressing the gap that exists, particularly for young people, between education, training and skills development, employment and the needs of employers in Auckland.
- Graduate's golden goal
14 Aug 2012
AUT graduate Cameron Leslie is preparing to defend his Paralympic title at this year’s London Paralympics in the 150 metre individual medley.
Leslie, who thrilled the AUT community in 2008 by winning gold in a world record time at the Beijing Paralympic Games, will be competing in the 150 metre individual medley, the 50 metre backstroke and 200 metre freestyle.
- Olympic gold for engineering student
13 Aug 2012
Jo Aleh and her partner Olivia Powrie won the gold medal in the 470 sailing class in one of the final events of the London Olympics
- Dame Anne Salmond to give Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture
7 Aug 2012
Dame Anne Salmond will give the inaugural Bishop Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture in Auckland next week.
- IRB study of sports injuries
3 Aug 2012
AUT’s Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ) are joining forces with other experts from around the world in an effort to better understand the long-term physical and psychological effects of rugby injuries.
Last updated: 06 Aug 2012 2:30pm