News from AUT’s Māori whānau

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Is there such thing as Māori science?

20 Mar, 2023
The short answer to the question of whether there is such a thing as Māori science is: “It depends”. 
11 appointees to the Eke Tangaroa programme standing in front of AUT's wharenui.

Nurturing Māori and Pacific academics

15 Mar, 2023
A pōwhiri and celebration event was recently held for appointees to AUT's Eke Tangaroa programme for Māori and Pacific early career academics.
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Study hailed as applicable, impactful

15 Feb, 2023
A government working group is hailing new AUT research as insightful, applicable, and impactful.
‘I wanted to learn first-hand'

‘I wanted to learn first-hand'

12 Jan, 2023
Language revitalisation expert Dr Richard Henne-Ochoa, of Indiana University’s American Indian Studies Research Institute, on visiting Te Ipukarea
The WIPCE bid delegation and supporters in AUT's wharenui.

Auckland wins WIPCE 2025

05 Dec, 2022
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland has been selected to host WIPCE 2025 – the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education.
Award-winning AUT Architecture student

Award-winning AUT Architecture student

02 Dec, 2022
AUT Master of Architecture (Professional) graduate Matangireia Yates Francis has won the prestigious Te Kāhui Whaihanga Resene Student Design Award.
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HRC career development awards

29 Nov, 2022
Seven AUT research projects have received funding in the Health Research Council’s (HRC) annual Career Development Awards.
New professors and associate professors

New professors and associate professors

17 Nov, 2022
AUT is delighted to announce the promotion of 15 of its academics to the position of Professor and 30 to Associate Professor.
Ella Henry

Ella Henry: myth buster

15 Nov, 2022
Ella Henry rebuts recent claims that mātaraunga Māori | Māori knowledge is myth, not science.
First AUT STEM Camp a success

First AUT STEM Camp a success

19 Oct, 2022
The three-day camp aimed to empower Māori high school students through science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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