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Professor Kate Kearins

How to manage upwards

20 Feb, 2023
Managing up is not about blindsiding or sidestepping your manager. Nor is it about doing the work of a poorly performing manager. So, what is it about?
Where talent meets opportunity

Where talent meets opportunity

17 Feb, 2023
South Campus programme helps address educational inequality
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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.
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What if your colleague is a bot?

13 Feb, 2023
New AUT research examines how employees really feel about sharing the workplace – and workloads – with robots.
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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.
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.
2023 NZ sustainability survey launches

2023 NZ sustainability survey launches

07 Feb, 2023
The annual Insights on NZ’s Sustainability Professionals survey opens today and as a survey partner, AUT is inviting eligible participants to take part.
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AUT gains GenderTick Accreditation

03 Feb, 2023
AUT’s commitment to gender equality has been formally recognised by gaining Advanced GenderTick accreditation.
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Peter Ellis story gets podcast treatment

Communication studies
02 Feb, 2023
The production skills of AUT lecturer Dr Lewis Tennant have shaped this summer’s hit podcast about Peter Ellis.
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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