News from AUT’s Māori whānau

Art works by AUT students for Matariki

Three AUT tauira behind Matariki art

25 Jun, 2024
The free Matariki art resource pack for 2024, commissioned by Pou Māori at AUT, was created by three School of Art & Design tauira.
Ten new kaihoe (appointees)

Collective purpose motivates new cohort

15 May, 2024
Ten new kaihoe (appointees) have been inducted into AUT’s Eke Tangaroa Programme for early-career Māori and Pacific academics.
Pare Keiha and Noe Noe Wong-Wilson hold the MOU after both signing it at the event

Successful launch of WIPCE 2025

13 May, 2024
AUT hosted a launch event on May 9 for the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education (WIPCE) 2025.
Photographer Ans Westra

An outsider on the inside

13 May, 2024
Paul Moon explores photographer Ans Westra 'national photo album', which captures NZ's history over the past six decades.
Interns for NASA

AUT student Axl Rogers heads to NASA

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.
Celebrating culture, cuisine and couture

Celebrating culture, cuisine and couture

01 May, 2024
AUT once again hosted the annual Manaaki Scholars Cultural Lunch and Couture, a cultural celebration of food, dress and performances.
Professor examines ‘difficult’ topic

Professor examines ‘difficult’ topic

12 Mar, 2024
‘Violence Within Whānau and Mahi Tūkino – A Litany of Sound Revisited’ was written by AUT Professor Denise Wilson, Associate Dean of Māori Research.
AUT Te Ipukarea and American Indian Studies Research Institute

Indigenous language revitalisation MOI

04 Mar, 2024
AUT’s Te Ipukarea and the American Indian Studies Research Institute take a significant step in the advancement of Indigenous language revitalisation.
The new book Kia Hiwa Rā on display.

The ‘bible’ of Māori journalism

05 Feb, 2024
How is Māori-language journalism different and what is the experience of the journalists who practice it?
Waitangi Day Flags

Waitangi Day: 5 myths and misconceptions

05 Feb, 2024
In an effort to spread greater understanding, Paul Moon, Professor of History, breaks down 5 common myths and misconceptions surrounding the treaty.