International students being welcomed on AUT's marae.

Canadians study at AUT to be teachers

Education
09 Aug, 2022
Blake Wilson is one of 67 initial teacher education students from Canada among the international students who were welcomed onto AUT’s marae.
Stock image showing a job interview in a cafe-like setting

Hospo jobseekers urged to use power

Hospitality, tourism and events
09 Aug, 2022
Those looking for work in hospitality and tourism should use the power given to them by a tight job market to vet potential employers carefully.
Plates of delicous-looking food being served.

A taste of AUT for Restaurant Month

Hospitality, tourism and events
05 Aug, 2022
From cocktails infused with hyperlocal plants to the strange pairing of chocolate and cheese, AUT’s Winter Series is a must for the food enthusiast.
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Around AUT

Ella Henry presents award to Trudy James

Mātauranga Māori celebrated

11 Aug, 2022
Te Ara Pakihi, Te Ōhanga Me Te Ture | Faculty of Business, Economics and Law has contributed to many recent successes and celebrations of mātauranga Māori.
Irmine Kabimbi Ngoy wins BGS prize

Prize for research into kid influencers

11 Aug, 2022
AUT PhD candidate Irmine Kabimbi Ngoy has been awarded the Beta Gamma Sigma New Zealand Alumni Committee scholarship.

Meet our staff: Sandra Thaggard

01 Aug, 2022
A senior lecturer in nursing, Dr Sandra Thaggard is interested in the management of diabetes, violence & abuse, and mental health issues in Pacific people.
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Opinions

Racism for STEM

Racism, exclusion and tokenism

12 Aug, 2022
Given most universities have goals for increasing Māori and Pacific student and staff, we need to ask why numbers still remain low in the research sector.
Digital transformation

Does going digital deliver or divide?

21 Jul, 2022
New AUT research examines whether digital transformation delivers on its promises or reinforces social inequities and divides.
sustainable investments

In the mood for sustainable funds?

18 Jul, 2022
Our mood can influence our spending choices. Turns out as moods dip, investments in sustainable stocks increase.
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