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Champions Breakfast at AUT Millennium

Champions Breakfast at AUT Millennium

12 Mar, 2024
Elite athletes shared their inspirational stories at a Champions Breakfast at AUT Millennium last week, in advance of the Paris Olympics.
Indigenous language revitalisation MOI

Indigenous language revitalisation MOI

04 Mar, 2024
AUT’s Te Ipukarea and the American Indian Studies Research Institute take a significant step in the advancement of Indigenous language revitalisation.
Adapting signs to suit Deaf students

Adapting signs to suit Deaf students

23 Feb, 2024
AUT’s NZSL interpreters have been working with Ko Taku Reo – Deaf Education New Zealand to review signs used in various subject areas.
AUT supporting NZ Team at Paris 2024

AUT supporting NZ Team at Paris 2024

19 Feb, 2024
AUT is proud to be the official university partner of the NZ Team competing at Paris 2024.
A warm welcome for AUT’s newest students

A warm welcome for AUT’s newest students

14 Feb, 2024
Orientation offers a wide range of activities to jumpstart our newest students with everything they need to transition into their first year of study.
AUT sole uni sponsor at Big Gay Out

AUT sole uni sponsor at Big Gay Out

09 Feb, 2024
AUT is proud to be the only university sponsor at Big Gay Out 2024.
2024 NZ sustainability survey launches

2024 NZ sustainability survey launches

07 Feb, 2024
The annual Insights on NZ’s Sustainability Professionals survey opens today and as a survey partner, AUT is inviting eligible participants to take part.
Research award for AUT architect

Research award for AUT architect

02 Feb, 2024
Sustainable architecture lecturer Dr Priscila Besen received a prestigious award for her research into futureproofing NZ’s heritage buildings.
Te Ataata 2024 - Julie Stephen Chheng

Te Ataata 2024 - Julie Stephen Chheng

30 Jan, 2024
Paris-based designer, illustrator and writer Julie Stephen Chheng is the 2024 Te Ataata artist in residence at AUT.
Climate crisis artwork on show in India

Climate crisis artwork on show in India

26 Jan, 2024
AUT’s Janine Randerson, Rachel Shearer and Stefan Marks head to India to present the audiovisual artwork Ngā Raraunga o te Mākū: the data of moisture.

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