Te Korau programme

Initiative supports Māori entrepreneurs

22 Oct, 2019
AUT and Northland Inc are pooling their resources to launch a business accelerator programme aimed at enhancing Māori entrepreneurship.
Marilyn Waring

An inspiring and influential woman

Social sciences and public policy
21 Oct, 2019
The BBC has revealed its list of the top 100 inspiring and influential women of 2019 - and Professor Marilyn Waring is among them.
BGS group photo

Alumni earn Beta Gamma Sigma membership

21 Oct, 2019
The AUT Chapter of BGS inducted 120 high-achieving Business students into the prestigious global society, the largest ceremony since it started in 2012.
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Around AUT

PMC's David Robie

The human face of Iran

22 Oct, 2019
PMC's David Robie looks behind the chadors and sabre rattling to show the human face of Iran with a series on politics, travel and adventure.
Coffee cup

AUT's new reusable cup initiative

18 Oct, 2019
From next year, you can purchase a $3 AUT branded coffee cup and if you bring it back dirty, AUT cafes will exchange it for a clean reusable cup.
Te Hononga is unveiled at Champlain College

Māori carving unveiled at US university

11 Oct, 2019
AUT has presented Champlain College with a traditional Māori carving in recognition of their special relationship.
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John Tookey, Professor in Construction Management

Flexibility essential in home design

21 Oct, 2019
Designers and builders will have to become more creative in how housing and infrastructure matches our expectations, writes Professor John Tookey.
Streets are some of our most important public spaces.

Turning city streets into public spaces

10 Oct, 2019
Dr Carl Douglas writes about how to turn Auckland’s inner-city streets into public spaces people can enjoy
Dr David Hall

Universities shouldn't host untruths

08 Oct, 2019
Free speech absolutism is threatening to storm our universities. But like other bad ideas, this is where it should be snuffed out, writes Dr David Hall.
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