John Maasland

AUT Chancellor retires

25 Nov, 2020
The Chancellor of AUT, John Maasland, will retire at the end of 2020.
AUT student Caitlin Farnham and Matt Walsh, CEO of the Sky Sport Breakers

Breaking into the workforce

Sport and recreation
24 Nov, 2020
After having her internship delayed due to COVID-19, fourth year student Caitlin Farnham is excited to finally be working with the Sky Sport Breakers.
Prof Mark Orams and Governor General

Prof Orams recognised at Blake Awards

Health sciences
24 Nov, 2020
Prof Mark Orams and Governor General of New Zealand Dame Patsy Reddy
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Anamorphic Amusement

AD20 virtual showcase

24 Nov, 2020
Graduating Art and Design students’ work has been showcased in a virtual exhibition for the first time.
Headshot of Tago Mharapara and Katherine Ravenswood

Business School wins health funding

06 Nov, 2020
The Health Research Council (HRC) has awarded funding to two research proposals led by academics in the Business School.
Green Impact

Green Impact 2020

05 Nov, 2020
This year AUT teams completed an impressive 153 sustainability related actions aimed at making our university more environmentally friendly.
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Kate-Managing for a better World

Masking a good thing

23 Nov, 2020
Whether we’re in the throes of, or at the tail-end of this (or any other) pandemic, the lessons from lockdowns are applicable, writes Kate Kearins.
Illustration of a tree in a field with one half affected by climate change and the other healthy and green.

Do we follow or lead on climate change?

06 Oct, 2020
When the Zero Carbon Act was passed, back in pre-Covid times, the Prime Minister insisted “New Zealand will not be a slow follower” on climate change.
colourful vegetables

Eating healthy is hard on a Covid budget

24 Sep, 2020
More of us are now facing food insecurity - with children, Pacific peoples and Māori the most impacted, writes Emeritus Professor Elaine Rush.
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