AUT News

Damon Salesa receives prize

AUT VC wins Ockham Book Award

17 May, 2024
Professor Damon Salesa’s book recognised takes prize in non-fiction category.
A chateau that makes part of the campus at Institut Lyfe. It looks like a fairytale-castle.

AUT joins exclusive hospitality Alliance

Hospitality, tourism and events
14 May, 2024
AUT has been welcomed into an exclusive alliance with 25 other leading hospitality and culinary schools around the globe.
Pare Keiha and Noe Noe Wong-Wilson hold the MOU after both signing it at the event

Successful launch of WIPCE 2025

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
13 May, 2024
AUT hosted a launch event on May 9 for the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education (WIPCE) 2025.
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Business news

Cross

Why aren’t Australian churches taxed?

Business
06 May, 2024
Should churches be offered an uncapped exemption from income tax when there are questions about how appropriately their profits are used?
AUT Business School Dean

“Difficult” or “difference-making”?

Business
03 May, 2024
AUT Business School Dean, Professor Kate Kearins, explores a central question: How to help turn difficult conversations into difference-making dialogues?
Professor at AUT

Newbies don’t know what they don’t know

Business
23 Apr, 2024
The first 90 days on the job can be stressful, but there are practical ways for employers to help newcomers thrive, writes Helena Cooper-Thomas.
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Culture and society news

Netflix Show, Bridgerton Picture

Shonda Rhimes: the queen of romance

Communication studies
17 May, 2024
Rebecca Trelease examines the art form behind some of the most beloved romance shows of our time, produced or directed by romance mastermind, Shona Rhimes.
River

Film documents AUT research

Architecture and built environment
16 May, 2024
Wellbeing-Centred Cities shows how Aotearoa’s urban centres are acting to meet current complex crises in climate, biodiversity and human wellbeing.
A chateau that makes part of the campus at Institut Lyfe. It looks like a fairytale-castle.

AUT joins exclusive hospitality Alliance

Hospitality, tourism and events
14 May, 2024
AUT has been welcomed into an exclusive alliance with 25 other leading hospitality and culinary schools around the globe.
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Health news

Pregnant runner

Pregnant runners' pain varies

Sport and recreation
15 Apr, 2024
A new study has found key differences in the pain of pregnant runners, depending on whether they’ve previously had children.
The oral health team

New community-centred oral health clinic

Health sciences
27 Mar, 2024
Students and staff gathered at the AUT South Campus for a blessing ceremony for a new oral health clinic for the community in South Auckland.
AUT staff

Urgency needed over mental health care

Health sciences
22 Mar, 2024
A survey of parents in Aotearoa shows that 95 percent are having difficulties finding mental health treatment for children.
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Science and technology news

Interns for NASA

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.
Scientists at AUT

Recycled glass for road construction

Architecture and built environment
01 May, 2024
AUT researchers find a more sustainable way of stabilising roads - replacing cement with waste glass that would otherwise go to landfill.
China EQ Researchers

Earthquake innovations tested in China

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
08 Apr, 2024
Earthquake innovations by AUT Associate Professor Shahab Ramhormozian and collaborators were tested on one of the world’s largest shake tables.
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University news

Damon Salesa receives prize

AUT VC wins Ockham Book Award

17 May, 2024
Professor Damon Salesa’s book recognised takes prize in non-fiction category.
Ten new kaihoe (appointees)

Collective purpose motivates new cohort

15 May, 2024
Ten new kaihoe (appointees) have been inducted into AUT’s Eke Tangaroa Programme for early-career Māori and Pacific academics.
Emily Parr - Te Muri I (2022)

AUT student wins $15k Springboard Award

Art and design
09 May, 2024
AUT doctoral candidate Emily Parr (Ngāi Te Rangi, Moana, Pākehā) is the 2024 recipient of an Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi Springboard Award.
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Celebrating success

AUT bee research creates AI buzz

Dr Mahsa Mohaghegh

18 Mar 2024
Dr Mahsa Mohaghegh has received a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to explore the integration of artificial intelligence into beekeeping.
Allan Beever

Professor Allan Beever

18 Mar 2024
Professor Allan Beever from the AUT Law School has been awarded a Borrin Foundation Travel and Learning Award to present the findings of his latest book.
Professor examines ‘difficult’ topic

Professor Denise Wilson

18 Mar 2024
Professor Denise Wilson has just released a new book examining the Māori literature on Māori living with violence and sexual violation.
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