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New book to profile Busby

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

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AUT awards top accolade to New Zealand historian who continues to innovate with new online paper on the Holocaust

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
20 Oct, 2017

One of New Zealand’s best-selling and most-respected historians, Professor Paul Moon, was last night acknowledged for his contributions as a researcher, academic and teacher. The AUT Excellence Awards recognise and celebrate excellence in the university’s community. Professor Moon was awarded the top accolade - the AUT University Medal - for sustained and exceptional academic achievement.

Mysterious Victoria Cross decision unearthed

Mysterious Victoria Cross decision unearthed

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
26 Sep, 2017

To be recommended for a Victoria Cross for bravery is an achievement reserved for few but to never have been awarded it, even after extraordinary documented bravery, is a mystery that AUT’s Professor Paul Moon has solved in his latest book about Lance Sergeant Haane Manahi.

Karakia in schools under threat from court action, says academic

Karakia in schools under threat from court action, says academic

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
04 May, 2016

Dr Paul Moon, Professor of History at Te Ara Poutama – AUT’s Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development – says that a recent failed court action to ban Bible lessons from schools will not be the last attempt to remove religious instruction from the country’s state schools - and it puts karakia under threat as well.

He pukapuka hou e whakaatu mai ana i te whakahemohemotanga o te reo Māori (New book charts the near-demise of te reo Māori)

He pukapuka hou e whakaatu mai ana i te whakahemohemotanga o te reo Māori (New book charts the near-demise of te reo Māori)

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
05 Apr, 2016

Hei tērā wiki puta mai ai tētahi pukapuka hou e titiro ana ki te whakahemohemotanga o te reo Māori i te rautau 19, ka kitea iho e ōna kaipānui te whakamārama mō ngā tini āhuatanga i tata ngaro ai i te mata o te arero te reo taketake o Aotearoa.

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New journalism scholarship

Communication studies
15 Jun, 2009

AUT University and community newspaper Indian Newslink have launched a journalism scholarship in a bid to boost the standard and practice of the profession.

Indian Newslink will pay the tuition fee, Student Services Fee and Student Association Fee for one student admitted every year into one of the university’s one-year postgraduate programmes, including the postgraduate diploma in Communication Studies (journalism) and the Bachelor of Communication Studies (Hons).