A bridge to future engineering careers

24 May, 2022
AUT in partnership with industry groups are building interest in future engineering careers with the launch of the Bridges to Schools project.
Anchor

Anchors cause damage to seafloor

Science
18 May, 2022
High-resolution mapping has produced the first ever global estimates of coastal habitat damage caused by anchoring.
Erica Hinckson

Creating healthy and sustainable cities

Health sciences
16 May, 2022
A ground-breaking study has benchmarked urban planning policies that promote health and sustainability in cities around the globe.
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Around AUT

Jordan Tane

Opportunity to shine a light on Matariki

25 May, 2022
Communication design student Jordan Tane has designed nine posters – one for each Matariki star – which will be displayed around AUT campuses.
Amy Malcolm

AUT announces new Head of VC's Office

11 Apr, 2022
Amy Malcolm joins team at the end of June 2022
Dion Enari

5 questions with Lefaoali’i Dion Enari

07 Apr, 2022
We asked him five questions about his research and the importance of placing sustainability at the heart of research activity.
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Opinions

Olga and Adrian

A glimmer of certainty for the NZ dollar

19 May, 2022
Uncertainty in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has wreaked havoc with the international commodity markets. What does the future hold?
Air of compromise

Emissions reduction plan lacks strategy

18 May, 2022
The newly released Emissions Reduction Plan was supposed to get real about urgent climate action – and it partially achieves this, but only partially.
Katherine Ravenswood

Women workers still less valued than men

17 May, 2022
The latest Budget priorities and failed negotiations with care workers show that little has changed for women workers since the 2017 pay equity settlement.
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