AUT Law School professor, Kris Gledhill, outlines the judicial process for the trial of the alleged perpetrator of the Christchurch terror attacks.
AUT ICT and Engineering Career Fair is a great way to expand students’ understanding of career options and employers’ knowledge of AUT qualifications.
Master of Engineering student O'Neil Nelson's impressive work has been recognised at two awards for educational excellence in Jamaica and New York.
Two AUT alumni bringing augmented reality to motorcyclists have landed a coveted spot in the Luminate Accelerator Programme based in New York.
AUT Spatial Design alumna Celia Harrison has been awarded one of Iceland’s top cultural awards, the Eyrarrósin, for her work establishing the List í ljósi (Art in light) festival of light in the eastern Icelandic town of Seyðisfjörður (Seydisfjordur), population 700.
Hugh Jackman paid a visit to South Campus this morning, announcing the New Zealand dates for a global tour by singing live with AUT’s Oceanian Voices choir.
Physiotherapy students likeRohil Chauhan benefit from innovative teaching tools and approaches – including interactive apps co-developed by AUT academics.
A groundbreaking machine learning system called NeuCube underpins a number of the revolutionary artificial intelligence (AI) projects at AUT.
Over 50 of our oldest alumni came together for the 2018 Seddon Memorial Technical College reunion hosted by the alumni office.
Members of AUT’s influential Chinese alumni community in Auckland joined the alumni team and key staff from the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law for an end-of-year lunch in November 2018.
Annual NZ media ownership report finds 9% drop in NZ newspaper circulation.
AUT’s Policy Observatory recently launched a report exploring what government can do to improve diversity and inclusion.