23 October, 2016
This year we are celebrating Tokelauan language week from Sunday 23 - Saturday 29 October. For Tokelau language week, we are talking about Sustainable Development Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation, which is a problem in Tokelau due to the ever-increasing risk of drought, brought on by climate change.
16 October, 2016
This year, we celebrate Niuean language week from Sunday 16 October - Saturday 22 October. The theme for this year’s Niuean Language Week is ‘Ponataki, Tukutaula ke Mauokafua e Vagahau Niue’, which translates into ‘Bind, Anchor to Firmly Uphold the Vagahau Niue’. For Niuean language week, we are talking about SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals, and in particular, looking how youth are important in this partnership.
2 October, 2016
This year, Fijian language week is celebrated from 2 - 8 October with the theme Noqu vosa, me’u bula taka – My language, learn it, speak it, live it! Here at AUT, we are using this week to talk and discuss the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, in particular Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing.
26 September, 2016
Tuvalu language week was celebrated this year from 25 September - 1 October, and was a chance to celebrate all things Tuvaluan. This year we linked Tuvalu language week with United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 3: Health & Well-being. This is to generate discussions and to raise awareness of these issues in relation to our Pacific neighbours.
12 August, 2016
This is an initiative that brings AUT mentors and South Auckland primary school students together, in the name of science.
Science Challenge is about bringing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects to primary schools and making it fun and accessible to the students.
AUT mentors bring various scientific methods and projects to primary schools around South Auckland, where they could spend two hours looking for dust mites in the carpet, using microscopes, learning facts and presenting their findings in song, dance, speech or theatrical performance.
29 August, 2016
For Tongan Language Week, 4-10 September, we invited students to share their thoughts on United Nation's Sustainable Development Goal 4: 'Quality Education'. Students discussed 'Quality Education' – the goal being to ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.
29 July, 2016
More than 100 students from AUT South Campus performed as 'Southern Voices' at the university’s winter graduation ceremonies, held at the Aotea Centre.
1 August, 2016
Cook Islands Language Week ran from 31 July to 6 August. See AUT's short video that focuses on the sustainable development goal ‘Life Below Water’, which champions conservation and the sustainable use of our seas, oceans and marine resources.
28 June, 2016
AUT hosts a large number of scholars under the NZAID programme. This celebration was a chance to acknowledge scholars' achievements while on scholarship here at AUT with the NZ Pacific Scholarship Academic Achievement Award, the announcement of the Pacific Cooperation Foundation NZ Undergraduate Student Summer Internships, as well as acknowledging the completion of NZ Aid Scholarships from around the Pacific and South East Asia.
15 June, 2016
This original artwork by Professor Welby Ings contains a single Karaka (Kakala’uli) seed encased in multiple layers to represent the different spheres of knowledge we bring with us into the world.
29 May, 2016
AUT supports the Ministry for Pacific Peoples Pacific Language Weeks - and we’re using it as a launch pad to talk about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. This week is Samoan Language Week. We discuss decent, profitable work and economic growth, and how our young Samoan leaders can help achieve this by 2030.
19 January, 2016
Professor Welby Ings speaks to the 2016 UniPrep cohort at the AUT South Campus on bringing out those qualities inside you that will enable you to make it at university.
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