AUT to teach Climate Action

Social sciences and public policy
09 Dec, 2021
How to change society in order to combat climate change can now be studied at AUT.
Supreme Winner Delta Waterways Team - Judges Q&A

AUT X Challenge 2021 – The Final Pitch

09 Dec, 2021
Eight teams pitched to win at X Challenge – The Final, competing for a share of the $20,000 cash prize pool and over $10,000 of goods and services.
Returning International students

AUT's returning international students

08 Dec, 2021
Working with the government’s border exception allocations, AUT has so far supported the return of 116 international students.
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Around AUT

Hope Ralph

AUT Sportsperson of the Year

02 Dec, 2021
36 AUT students from disciplines ranging from athletics to waka ama have been awarded an AUT Blue Award.
Ayesha Scott

Money matters: it all adds up

01 Nov, 2021
Dr Ayesha Scott recently spoke to a virtual audience of 200, speaking on money matters for the Business School’s 2021 Career Advantage Series.
Prototype knife and chopping board

Easier cooking for diverse needs

01 Nov, 2021
Mt Richmond Special School students developed a design for a knife and chopping board for their SouthSci project, supported by Good Health Design at AUT.
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Opinions

How to harness the great recruitment

How to harness ‘the great recruitment’

06 Dec, 2021
“The great resignation” means talented job seekers in the marketplace, which makes “the great recruitment” an employment opportunity to be seized.
Kiwi kids reading for pleasure

Kiwi kids who read for pleasure do well

03 Dec, 2021
Encouraging children to read for pleasure – which is different from it being a school task – has all kinds of benefits.
Assoc Prof Khylee Quince

Three strikes creates law vs justice gap

29 Nov, 2021
The challenge is having a law-making process that can keep pace with changing social and cultural values, without being knee-jerk reactive.
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