Events

Tech Week at AUT

Saturday 13 May 2017
AUT City Campus

TechWeek comprises more than 100 events curated into a diverse programme focused on finding local answers to global questions. AUT is proud to host two free events addressing gender and diversity in tech. 


 

Signs of Professionalism

24-26 November 2017
AUT City Campus
Auckland

A conference reflecting on 25 years of NZSL interpreting, teaching, and development. 


 

NZSL Signing Coffee

Every Monday during term time 11am-12pm
Newsfeed cafe, WG building
AUT City Campus

Come to drink coffee and chat in NZ Sign Language. All welcome!
 

Ocha no Jikan

5pm - 6pm
Every Wednesday during term time
Room WT806 level 8, AUT Tower
AUT City Campus

Ocha no Jikan (Japanese Tea Time) is run by students and is open to all AUT and Auckland University students, Japanese exchange students, Japanese nationals and secondary school students of Japanese.


 

Visiting Writers Programme: Anne Kayes

Tuesday 16 May 2017, 1-2pm
WT1501, AUT Tower
Corner Rutland and Wakefield Streets, AUT City Campus

The Visiting Writers Programme connects you to experienced authors, giving you the opportunity to engage in discussions with them about the production of their work. The next session in the series features Anne Kayes, author of award winning children's book, Tui Street Tales. All welcome. 


 

Visiting Writers Programme: Johanna Emeney

Tuesday 9 May 2017, 1-2pm
WT1501, AUT Tower
Corner Rutland and Wakefield Streets, AUT City Campus

The Visiting Writers Programme connects you to experienced authors, giving you the opportunity to engage in discussions with them about the production of their work. The next session in the series features Johanna Emeney, author and poet with an interest in medical themes. All welcome. 


 

Last updated: 10-Apr-2017 11.28am

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