News in the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies - Te Ara Auaha

Shonda Rhimes: the queen of romance

Communication studies
17 May, 2024
Rebecca Trelease examines the art form behind some of the most beloved romance shows of our time, produced or directed by romance mastermind, Shona Rhimes.
Film documents AUT research

Film documents AUT research

Architecture and built environment
16 May, 2024
Wellbeing-Centred Cities shows how Aotearoa’s urban centres are acting to meet current complex crises in climate, biodiversity and human wellbeing.
AUT student Axl Rogers heads to NASA

AUT student Axl Rogers heads to NASA

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
10 May, 2024
He’s been a cleaner, mowed lawns and worked as a builder, but now Axl Rogers is close to completing a PhD in astrophysics and is jetting off to NASA.
AUT student wins $15k Springboard Award

AUT student wins $15k Springboard Award

Art and design
09 May, 2024
AUT doctoral candidate Emily Parr (Ngāi Te Rangi, Moana, Pākehā) is the 2024 recipient of an Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi Springboard Award.
Repurposing New Zealand CBDs

Repurposing New Zealand CBDs

Creative technologies
07 May, 2024
Jose Antonio Lara-Hernandez examines how NZ central business districts can forge a future where our cities are sustainable, vibrant and culturally rich.
NZ largest podcast study: Podcast Summit

NZ largest podcast study: Podcast Summit

Communication studies
06 May, 2024
At the upcoming NZ Podcasting Summit on May 11, Lewis Tennant will share his new research-the most comprehensive study of Aotearoa's podcast landscape yet.
Recycled glass for road construction

Recycled glass for road construction

Architecture and built environment
01 May, 2024
AUT researchers find a more sustainable way of stabilising roads - replacing cement with waste glass that would otherwise go to landfill.
Events connect research and practice

Events connect research and practice

Communication studies
15 Apr, 2024
AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research events explore practice as research, creative mindsets for leadership and the practicalities of screenwriting.
Earthquake innovations tested in China

Earthquake innovations tested in China

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
08 Apr, 2024
Earthquake innovations by AUT Associate Professor Shahab Ramhormozian and collaborators were tested on one of the world’s largest shake tables.
Trust in news declines rapidly in 2024

Trust in news declines rapidly in 2024

Communication studies
08 Apr, 2024
The latest Trust in News report shows a rapid decline in trust in 2024, despite high interest in news.

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