AUT News

Art works by AUT students for Matariki

Three AUT tauira behind Matariki art

Art and design
25 Jun, 2024
The free Matariki art resource pack for 2024, commissioned by Pou Māori at AUT, was created by three School of Art & Design tauira.
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Proposed law could hurt good tenants

Law
25 Jun, 2024
Housing security for NZ’s 1.7 million renters could be at risk if an amendment bill becomes law, particularly if “no-cause” evictions return.

AUT’s newest building blessed and named

24 Jun, 2024
Tukutuku, at around 9000m2, is the largest development at the University’s North Campus and will accommodate around 2000 students and 200 staff.
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Business news

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Pay transparency helps close gender gap

20 Jun, 2024
Many countries are legislating for pay transparency through mandatory audits, reporting, and gender-neutral job classification systems. Why isn’t NZ?
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Career tips for tomorrow's accountants

Business
14 Jun, 2024
A career in accounting offers a world of possibilities for graduates with strong interpersonal skills – and AI won’t be changing that any time soon.
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AI in teaching and learning

Business
12 Jun, 2024
As part of Techweek 2024, AUT Business School and the AI Forum NZ hosted a panel of academics who are forerunners in using AI in learning and teaching.
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Culture and society news

Renters Sign

Proposed law could hurt good tenants

Law
25 Jun, 2024
Housing security for NZ’s 1.7 million renters could be at risk if an amendment bill becomes law, particularly if “no-cause” evictions return.
Two photos side by side that show Emily Morgan preparing dishes, dressed in he chef whites.

Taking on Australia’s best young chefs

Hospitality, tourism and events
24 Jun, 2024
Emily Morgan is off to the final of the Nestlé Golden Chef’s Hat competition in September.
Stock image of a young primary school student doing a test.

Standardised testing in NZ schools

Education
21 Jun, 2024
What do education academics have to say about the proposal to introduce "checkpoint" tests at the country's primary and secondary schools?
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Health news

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Needed: more midwives, better supported

19 Jun, 2024
Many NZ midwives feel professionally “invisible”, which contributes to a lack of support from healthcare bodies and threatens their health and safety.
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New study option maximises flexibility

Health sciences
14 Jun, 2024
For the first time, AUT is now offering a double health degree and dual registration pathway within a continuous four-year course of study.
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Atawhai shifts family violence response

Health sciences
27 May, 2024
An AUT-led project recently published its findings that aims to transform thinking and outcomes in health care responsiveness to family violence.
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Science and technology news

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Lean Construction conference at AUT

Architecture and built environment
17 Jun, 2024
New Zealand’s first ever conference of The International Group for Lean Construction takes place at Auckland University of Technology from 1 to 6 July.
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Aorere students study ocean with AUT

Science
06 Jun, 2024
AUT scientists and 23 biology students from Aorere College have collected data from Mahurangi Harbour to measure environmental change.
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AUT student Axl Rogers heads to NASA

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
10 May, 2024
He’s been a cleaner, mowed lawns and worked as a builder, but now Axl Rogers is close to completing a PhD in astrophysics and is jetting off to NASA.
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University news

Art works by AUT students for Matariki

Three AUT tauira behind Matariki art

Art and design
25 Jun, 2024
The free Matariki art resource pack for 2024, commissioned by Pou Māori at AUT, was created by three School of Art & Design tauira.

AUT’s newest building blessed and named

24 Jun, 2024
Tukutuku, at around 9000m2, is the largest development at the University’s North Campus and will accommodate around 2000 students and 200 staff.
Students dressed in their whites posing for a photo at the competition.

Culinary Arts students clean up

Hospitality, tourism and events
10 Jun, 2024
AUT students have done well at a recent hospitality competition.
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Celebrating success

Dr Nadia Charania

Dr Nadia Charania

21 May 2024
Dr Nadia Charania, senior lecturer in public health, has been awarded a Leader Fellowship by Te Niwha, the national infectious diseases research platform.
Professor Nhut (Nick) H Nguyen

Professor Nhut (Nick) H Nguyen

21 May 2024
Professor Nhut (Nick) H Nguyen from the AUT Business School has won (with his research partners) the INFINZ NZX Research Report of the Year award.
Associate Professor Jenny Fleming

Associate Professor Jenny Fleming

21 May 2024
Associate Professor Jenny Fleming from the School of Sport and Recreation has recently received the Fellow Award from Work-integrated Learning New Zealand.
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