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AUT proud to host Sāmoan Head of State

AUT proud to host Sāmoan Head of State

21 May, 2024
AUT’s Vice-Chancellor was honoured to host the Sāmoan Head of State, His Highness Tuimaleali’ifano Va'aleto'a Sualauvi II, and his delegation at AUT.
AUT VC wins Ockham Book Award

AUT VC wins Ockham Book Award

17 May, 2024
Professor Damon Salesa’s book recognised takes prize in non-fiction category.
Collective purpose motivates new cohort

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.
AUT student wins $15k Springboard Award

AUT student wins $15k Springboard Award

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.
2023 Annual Report | Te Pūrongo ā-Tau

2023 Annual Report | Te Pūrongo ā-Tau

07 May, 2024
AUT’s 2023 Annual Report has been submitted to the New Zealand Government and published on our website.
NZ largest podcast study: Podcast Summit

NZ largest podcast study: Podcast Summit

06 May, 2024
At the upcoming NZ Podcasting Summit on May 11, Lewis Tennant will share his new research-the most comprehensive study of Aotearoa's podcast landscape yet.
A force behind high-performance sport

A force behind high-performance sport

17 Apr, 2024
With 100 days until the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, AUT is recognising the many people connected to the University who are supporting NZ’s top athletes.
AUT remains a leading NZ sports uni

AUT remains a leading NZ sports uni

11 Apr, 2024
AUT has retained its position as one of the world’s leading sports universities in the latest international academic rankings.
Influencing the influencers

Influencing the influencers

05 Apr, 2024
AUT hosted 84 careers advisors at our City Campus recently to showcase what makes our university unique.
RNZ Asia Scholarship: AUT recipients

RNZ Asia Scholarship: AUT recipients

05 Apr, 2024
A new RNZ scholarship programme has its first recipients, AUT’s Nabeelah Khan and Chengqi (Mavis) Ye, who are set to receive up to $8000.

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