Our stories

Historic AUT women

Senior Lecturer Julie Douglas

International Women’s Day is a good time to celebrate some of our unsung, inspirational women.

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The history of Out@AUT

Senior Lecturer Julie Douglas

Senior Lecturer Julie Douglas talks about the history of the network and how it has developed over the years since its establishment.

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The first: Rainbow Community Coordinator and Rainbow Tick

Rainbow Community Coordinator Jessie Lewthwaite

Rainbow Community Coordinator Jessie Lewthwaite talks about her role and why it matters, and we look back at how we got our Rainbow Tick.

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Pride of placement

Alumni from AUT

Part of the Bachelor of Business since 1993, Co-operative Education gives students invaluable work experience, helping them launch their chosen careers.

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The first: Professor of Diversity

Edwina Pio

We spoke to Professor Edwina Pio, the first Professor of Diversity and University Director of Diversity in New Zealand, about AUT’s work in the diversity space.

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Great graduates – a look throughout the years

Alumni from AUT

Since opening its doors as Auckland Technical School in 1895, graduates have left equipped with practical skills needed by industry, and a willingness to contribute to their local and global communities.

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20 years as a university

AUT has a rich institutional history stretching back almost 125 years, and became New Zealand’s eighth university in January 2000.

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