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Georgina Tuari Stewart smiling and looking at the camera.

Is there such thing as Māori science?

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
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

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
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.
Helping hand for cyclone-hit communities

Helping hand for cyclone-hit communities

Health sciences
10 Mar, 2023
Mel McAulay, Programme Leader and Senior Lecturer in Paramedicine, lent a helping hand after Cyclone Gabrielle wreaked havoc across the North Island.
Maritime engineers partner with Babcock

Maritime engineers partner with Babcock

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
03 Mar, 2023
Babcock and the School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences partnership a pipeline for NZ’s maritime engineering sector.
AUT 2023 Orientation a success

AUT 2023 Orientation a success

03 Mar, 2023
AUT’s 2023 Orientation took place at three campuses over five days with the start of each day marked by a powerful pōwhiri to welcome the newest students.

Student support: extreme weather events

23 Feb, 2023
AUT students who have been affected by the recent extreme weather events can see what support is available to help them.
Where talent meets opportunity

Where talent meets opportunity

17 Feb, 2023
South Campus programme helps address educational inequality
New AUT Pro Vice-Chancellor Pacific Advancement, Associate Professor Jacoba Matapo.

AUT announces new PVC Pacific Advancement

09 Feb, 2023
Associate Professor Jacoba Matapo from the Faculty of Culture and Society has been appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor Pacific Advancement.
children lying on the grass, heads in books

Keep the fun in reading for pleasure

09 Feb, 2023
Until now, the New Zealand Curriculum has focused on the development of technical reading skills. Simply reading for pleasure hasn’t been a priority.
VC Damon Salesa

Covid’s decade long impact on education

27 Jan, 2023
The impact of Covid on our education system will be felt for a decade says Vice-Chancellor Damon Salesa in this NZ Herald opinion piece.


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