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PM visits refugee education centre

Language and culture
21 Jun, 2019
The latest students at AUT's Centre for Refugee Education had a special guest for their farewell ceremony – Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
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AUT artist in residence part of Tūrama

Art and design
20 Jun, 2019
Joseph Michael, AUT's Artist in Residence, is part of the line-up for Auckland's new inner-city light festival, Tūrama Festival, which opens next month.

Gail Pacheco at Productivity Commission

Business and economics
19 Jun, 2019
AUT Professor of Economics to advise top productivity body
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AUT to co-host ISBNPA conference in 2020

26 Jun, 2019
Staff from the School of Sport and Recreation have helped win the bid to host a conference dedicated to behavioural nutrition and physical activity.
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Scholarship inspires change

21 Jun, 2019
Receiving the Kate Edger Educational Charitable Trust (KEECT) Tressa Thomas Retraining Award was life-changing for AUT midwifery student Maran Greenwood.
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A new direction for art on campus

12 Jun, 2019
A newly established Art on Campus Advisory Group will shape and direct the University's art collection.
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Adult ambition ruins children’s sport

19 Jun, 2019
Sport science shows that youth sports in Western societies have become increasingly controlled by adults, which takes the fun out for many children.

More transitional than transformational

11 Jun, 2019
Is the Government's well-being budget transformational? Dr David Hall from The Policy Observatory weighs in.
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Auckland Harbour bridge walking path

24 May, 2019
Getting people active is almost a losing battle. Who remembers the ‘Push Play - 30 minutes a day’ campaign from a decade ago?
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