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Dr Clare Tedestedt George at graduation

Running on empty

Business and economics
14 Feb, 2019

Dr Mahsa Mohaghegh

AI-DAY is everywhere

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
13 Feb, 2019
Professor Paul Moon

New book to profile Busby

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
11 Feb, 2019

Boardroom

Knighthoods around the board table

Business and economics
05 Feb, 2019

Sommer Kapitan and Jessica Vredenburg

Taking a stand: brands and activism

Business and economics
04 Feb, 2019

Isaac Warbrick

Fat-shaming in public health

Health sciences
01 Feb, 2019

technology-and-health

Technology and hands-on practice

Health sciences
01 Feb, 2019

Physiotherapy students likeRohil Chauhan benefit from innovative teaching tools and approaches – including interactive apps co-developed by AUT academics.

Researchers studying AI

Brain power driving AI breakthroughs

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
01 Feb, 2019

A groundbreaking machine learning system called NeuCube underpins a number of the revolutionary artificial intelligence (AI) projects at AUT.

Preparing athletes for success

Preparing athletes for success

Sport and recreation
25 Jan, 2019

##Providing a career kick-start

Providing a career kick-start

Business and economics
24 Jan, 2019

noveltech

Novel tech set to test limits

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
24 Jan, 2019

Professor Valery Feigin

Young adults at risk of stroke

Health sciences
23 Jan, 2019

stroke research

Ready to take on the world

Health sciences
23 Jan, 2019
Word leading stroke

World-leading stroke research at AUT

Health sciences
23 Jan, 2019

Seddon Memorial Technical College reunion

Celebrating AUT through the years

21 Jan, 2019

Over 50 of our oldest alumni came together for the 2018 Seddon Memorial Technical College reunion hosted by the alumni office.

Two people using their cellphones

Research tackles online trolls

Language and culture
16 Jan, 2019

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AUT strengthens ties with Chinese alumni community in Auckland

15 Jan, 2019

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.

A woman using her laptop

Initiative to address interpreter demand

Language and culture
09 Jan, 2019

Mia Evans from Clever Little Monthly

Clever Little Monthly wins X-Challenge

Art and design
12 Dec, 2018
Duncan Shand, Sommer Kapitan and Jessica Vredenburg

ad:tech: Illuminating the future

Business and economics
12 Dec, 2018

Candice Harris and Jarrod Haar

Juggling school holidays and work

Business and economics
07 Dec, 2018

Sommer Kapitan and Jessica Vredenburg

When marketing doesn’t match practice

Business and economics
06 Dec, 2018

Photo of Merja Myllylahti

Newspapers shrink local news gaps widen

Communication studies
06 Dec, 2018

Annual NZ media ownership report finds 9% drop in NZ newspaper circulation.

Business student Trishul Raj

Passion the ticket to Biosecurity Forum

Business and economics
06 Dec, 2018

Professor Nikola Kasabov

KEDRI Director receives honorary degree

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
05 Dec, 2018

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Improving diversity outcomes

Business and economics
04 Dec, 2018

AUT’s Policy Observatory recently launched a report exploring what government can do to improve diversity and inclusion.

Harry Goldie's Instagram grid

A week with Converse

Communication studies
29 Nov, 2018

A model of a brain

NZ has the world's highest MND mortality

Health sciences
28 Nov, 2018

Professor Valery Feigin

Global Burden of Disease Brain Summit

Health sciences
26 Nov, 2018

Professor Richard Siegert

Researching inflammation and depression

Health sciences
26 Nov, 2018

Solitary bee hotel on North Campus

Bees, basil and broccoli

Art and design
22 Nov, 2018

Alannah Wesche with Nepalese school girls

Empowering-underprivileged-girls

Health sciences
22 Nov, 2018

Professor Max Abbott

Oral therapy student intake to increase

Health sciences
21 Nov, 2018

Dr Fiona Hurd

Shattering the glass ceiling

Business and economics
20 Nov, 2018

Student Heaven-Lee Kaka

Student awarded Te Pia Tāpoi scholarship

Hospitality, tourism and events
19 Nov, 2018

Professor David Robie with Kanak 'independence' flags

Professor reports on historic referendum

Communication studies
19 Nov, 2018

AUT's logo

AUT ranked #1 in NZ for health subjects

Health sciences
09 Nov, 2018
Student Seine Johnston

Tourism student to experience Fiji

Hospitality, tourism and events
09 Nov, 2018

Emeritus Professor Peggy Fairbairn-Dunlop

AUT awards Emeritus Professor

Social sciences and public policy
26 Oct, 2018

Balls and rackets on AstroTurf

AUT number one for sport science in NZ

Sport and recreation
26 Oct, 2018

Dr Smita Singh

Opening up about business failure

Business and economics
25 Oct, 2018

David Letele addresses the audience at the Food Symposium 2018 event

Our Food. Our People. Our Future.

Health sciences
19 Oct, 2018
Graduates at the AUT Vietnam event

10 years of AUT-Vietnam partnership

17 Oct, 2018

Over 150 people attended a recent AUT event in Vietnam to celebrate the long-standing partnership between the University and Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City.

Professor Tania Ka'ai with Hon Carmel Sepuloni and the Aotearoa delegation

Showcasing Pacific history in London

Language and culture
16 Oct, 2018

International honours society

Honours society inducts new members

Business and economics
12 Oct, 2018
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Sixth Sense for managing diabetes

12 Oct, 2018

AUT design graduate’s invention could transform the lives of those with diabetes.

Professor Max Abbot

World Mental Health Day 2018

Health sciences
10 Oct, 2018

A patient lying down in an ambulance

Health innovation cuts ED admissions

Business and economics
05 Oct, 2018

Corporate people in groups

More work needed to progress gender equity

Business and economics
03 Oct, 2018

Solitary bee hotel on North Campus

A room for one please

Art and design
02 Oct, 2018
How to create intergenerational magic in your workplace

How to create intergenerational magic in your workplace

02 Oct, 2018

Millennials sometimes get a bad rap for expecting career perks that have traditionally come with time and experience.

Google employee and AUT alumna Amanda Jordan

AUT Alumna getting strategic at Google

Business and economics
27 Sep, 2018

Professor Candice Harris

Five questions: Professor Candice Harris

Business and economics
26 Sep, 2018

Semi-finalist Kiola Ballard with her work, Kau Muli

Memory inspired knits exhibited in NYC

Art and design
25 Sep, 2018

Tokyo City in Japan

Japanese lecturer wins prestigious award

Language and culture
25 Sep, 2018

photo of tree-in-hand

Learning about social enterprises

25 Sep, 2018

The MBA Alumni Committee teamed up with the Ākina Foundation to bring a talk on social enterprises to their alumni.

Professor Erica Hinckson

Five questions: Professor Erica Hinckson

Sport and recreation
21 Sep, 2018

People playing head's up game in te reo

The renaissance of te reo Māori

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
21 Sep, 2018

Winner Gillian Roach and judge Elizabeth Morton

MCW grads scoop top poetry awards

Language and culture
21 Sep, 2018

Rachel-Morrison

Work gets hard when hot-desking starts

Business and economics
21 Sep, 2018

women-in-sport

Women in sports: double standards a double fault

20 Sep, 2018

Naomi Osaka has made history as the first Japanese woman to claim a Grand Slam singles title after defeating Serena Williams in the final of the US Open

Group photo of participants at  Xerocon

AUT onboard with Xero Learn launch

Business and economics
19 Sep, 2018

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Associate Professor Sharon Harvey appeared on TVNZ’s Breakfast show

Language and culture
10 Sep, 2018

Associate Professor Sharon Harvey, appeared on TVNZ’s Breakfast show recently to talk about the importance of learning languages.

Balls and rackets on AstroTurf

Sports scientists gathering at AUT

Sport and recreation
06 Sep, 2018

photo of Jed Montayre

Nursing: from picket lines to policymaking

Health sciences
05 Sep, 2018

Dr Jed Montayre, a lecturer at the School of Clinical Sciences, is heading to Switzerland this week for the Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) Policy Programme.

Dr Antonio Díaz Andrade and David Lincoln at graduation

Using tech for positive gains

Business and economics
04 Sep, 2018

Zohreh and Maryam Doborjeh with the NeuCube machine learning system

World first in decision-making AI

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
03 Sep, 2018

A family plants trees

Sustainability – reality or illusion?

Business and economics
03 Sep, 2018

Professor Guy Littlefair

Five questions: Professor Guy Littlefair

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
03 Sep, 2018

Professor Gail Pacheco with award

Professor takes out economics prize

Business and economics
29 Aug, 2018