A head and shoulders picture of Guled Mire looking into the distance.

Former refugee now Ivy League student

Social sciences and public policy
05 Aug, 2020
AUT alumnus Guled Mire says his new Fulbright NZ scholarship to study at an Ivy League university sends a strong message to other refugee kids.
Metamorphic materials

Metamorphosis - from waste to fashion

Creative technologies
04 Aug, 2020
Donna Cleveland reimagines fashion with a circular model, diverting textile waste from landfill and giving it new life in designer fashion.
A health practitioner examines a child that has a cast on her arm.

Algorithm sensitive to child injury risk

Social sciences and public policy
04 Aug, 2020
New AUT research confirms the value of predictive risk modelling technology to support child maltreatment decisions.
View all AUT News

Around AUT

Techweek 2020 speaker

Techweek showcase’s NZ’s tech diversity

10 Aug, 2020
AUT led, partnered and contributed to more than 20 Techweek events, demonstrating its diverse involvement and support of Aotearoa’s technology ecosystem.
Natalia_Szablewska_Law

Modern slavery expert makes global news

07 Aug, 2020
NZ’s first conviction for modern slavery has generated a whirlwind of international media activity for a new member of the Law School.
Associate Professor Barbara Bollard in Antarctica

Collecting data in Antarctica

30 Jul, 2020
Q&A with Associate Professor Bollard about collecting data in Antarctica.
View all around AUT

Opinions

Professor Kate Kearins

Plussing in a pandemic: “Yes, and…”

05 Aug, 2020
COVID-19 has put “plussing” into action for Professor Kate Kearins, who believes that's because the practice is underpinned by empathy.
Khylee Quince

Why hairstyle is a human right

05 Aug, 2020
AUT law expert Khylee Quince waxes lyrical and legal about freedom, culture and identity, from peroxide punk to the rat’s tail.
Associate Professor El-Shadan Tautolo with his child on his knee.

Fathers, let’s think of the kids

17 Jul, 2020
Spending quality time with our children and being involved in their lives will help them through these uncertain times.
View all opinions
Website search